Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Holes for trees refilled due to error

Holes for trees refilled due to error

Four holes carefully dug for planting trees in Bond St in Dunedin were just as carefully refilled this week after it was discovered they were too close to underground electrical cables.

Collector taps into love of retro Dunedin

Collector taps into love of retro Dunedin

A strangely popular Dunedin Facebook site is collecting the memories of a small southern city. David Loughrey meets the collector.

Fewer car parks, shopowners say

Fewer car parks, shopowners say

King Edward St has been beautified but business owners say a lack of parking is driving customers away. Star Reporter Jonathan Chilton-Towle spoke to business owners about the parking and what they think needs to be done.

Smithy forging his own path

Smithy forging his own path

The forge at the Dunedin Gasworks Museum came alive with the clashing of metal on metal, the smell of smoke and the heat of fire this week as North Island blacksmith Nate Savill plied his trade for a Dunedin audience.

Putting away keys is hard decision for older drivers

Putting away keys is hard decision for older drivers

Driving is part of our culture and the key to independence for many people so it is no wonder some are reluctant to call it quits when it becomes unsafe. Dan Hutchinson talks to those with the inside knowledge of life after driving.

Ngai Tahu elects kaiwhakahaere

Ngai Tahu elects kaiwhakahaere

No surprises in at least one election result today.

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