Long-time Saddle Hill advocate and politician Colin
Weatherall's service to the Saddle Hill community and Dunedin
was acknowledged at a community board afternoon tea in
Waldronville after his receipt of his Queen's Service Medal
Plans for some maintenance work on the Brighton Domain over
the next few weeks have been welcomed by the Saddle Hill
Dunedin's first proposed co-housing development has received
mass support from submitters.
is a choice between buildings and jobs, a panel considering
whether to allow apartments in a heritage building in
Dunedin's waterfront industrial area has been told.
would-be developer of a historic Dunedin warehouse has
threatened to try to demolish the building if he is not
granted consent to convert part of it into apartments.
The Loan and Mercantile Building in Dunedin is the most
significant 19th century warehouse building remaining in the
country, art and architectural historian Peter Entwisle says.
Organisers behind the plan to create a cycle trail between
Mosgiel and Dunedin say it is going to take longer than
A government promise to spend $100 million more on urban
cycleways over the next four years could have direct benefits
for Dunedin, National list MP Michael Woodhouse says.
The Dunedin City Council has taken a stance on the
trans-Pacific partnership agreement.
The inaugural outing of Dunedin's pop culture and science
festival was such a success there are plans to do it again,
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