Thie brief moment in
time has been immortalised inside plastic inside bespoke
seats installed this week in Dunedin's historic warehouse
The short-term fate of the Dunedin Physio Pool could be known
large rocks blocking a track to Blueskin Bay since 2008 are
to be removed and vehicle access reinstated as soon as
The options for speeding up the widening of the low road
around the Otago Peninsula, and how much that could cost
ratepayers, will be studied over the next month.
The Dunedin physio pool seems set to get a reprieve until
June and has a shot at a longer future, with a Dunedin City
Council offer of support.
A blocked vehicle track to the beach at Warrington was not
closed using the proper legal process, lawyers have advised,
but the authorities want the road to stay closed anyway.
The Otago Racing Club says if it does not get consent to
subdivide for a row of houses along Gladstone Rd North at
Wingatui, it could build a row of large, potentially brightly
lit, noisy and smelly corrugated iron-clad horse barns there
The Dunedin City Council is footing the bill to process the
consent required for the development of the former Loan and
Mercantile Building in the harbourside area.
City planners have sided with residents of a semi-rural
Dunedin suburb against development of a subdivision on the
Wingatui racecourse site.
Dunedin artist Andy McCready
puts the finishing touches on a film noir-themed artwork on a
telecommunications cabinet in Forth St, Dunedin.
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