The Dunedin City Council might seek to recover some costs
from the designer of the St Clair sea wall, if its design is
found to have contributed to its recent partial failure.
The Southern district has the highest rate of new infections
of hepatitis C in the country, recent statistics reveal.
Residents of Dunedin's central business district and South
Dunedin retail area could get a collection service for
recyclables under a new plan to manage and minimise the
Mary Clark's hepatitis C story started 35 years ago when she
was 5 and her nightgown caught fire on a heater.
Vogel St, in Dunedin's historic warehouse precinct, sprang to
life with music, food and people at the weekend, when it
became part of an interactive outdoors museum exhibit for a
A nationwide search is on for appropriately skilled people to
provide advice on fixing the Esplanade and retaining sand at
St Clair Beach in the long term.
An assessment of the integrity of the remainder of the
Esplanade at St Clair indicates there is no slumping in that
A judge trying to decide for more than five months what legal
basis exists for quarrying on Saddle Hill has explained why
it is taking so long to work out.
Stays at Dunedin Hospital's emergency department might be
getting shorter, but people could be making it harder to
maintain that effort by increasingly turning up to the
emergency department instead of seeing their GP.
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