The Dunedin City Council is "cautiously optimistic''
quarrying at Saddle Hill will cease following an interim
Environment Court decision stating there are limits to how
much can be excavated.
The Armed Offenders Squad was called to a South Dunedin house
The Government has
approved a plan to slash 56 jobs from Dunedin agriculture
research facility Invermay.
Dunedin City Council-owned company Delta has been fined and
ordered to pay reparation to a worker who fell six metres
after low voltage arcing on lines he was working on in
Families may have to
pay more as schools face an operations grant freeze that
threatens pupils' education.
A dangerous Dunedin dog which bit a boy is to be rehomed.
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