Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Changes likely for development

Changes likely for development

A multimillion-dollar development on Dunedin's Princes St is still alive, but the man behind the project says ''changes'' may be needed to accommodate a row of historic facades.

Error costs Dunedin ice spectacular

Error costs Dunedin ice spectacular

A shipping error has forced the cancellation of the shows of Sleeping Beauty on Ice in Dunedin and Christchurch next month.

Arrests after cops called out to school

Arrests after cops called out to school

Two bandanna-clad men have been charged with disorderly behaviour likely to cause violence after going to Taieri College during school time to confront a pupil, police say.

Owner 'out of time' over rusting cars

Owner 'out of time' over rusting cars

A Mornington man who has a collection of rusting cars in his yard risks losing his house if he does not get rid of them.

Saddle Hill consent revisited

Saddle Hill consent revisited

The owners of the Saddle Hill quarry and the Dunedin City Council were back in court yesterday, combing over minutes from council meetings from half a century ago to work out just who has permission to do what on the controversial site.

Passions of pet owners put in front of public

Passions of pet owners put in front of public

The centuries-long love affair between cats, dogs and people shows every sign of continuing when the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum's latest exhibition opens today.

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