Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Roading cash cut 'bitter pill'

Roading cash cut 'bitter pill'

A multimillion-dollar cut to New Zealand Transport Agency funding for Dunedin roading projects is a ''bitter pill to swallow'', and could have implications for work programmes across the city, Dunedin City Council staff say.

Dunedin South only seat of interest

Dunedin South only seat of interest

Dunedin is guaranteed four MPs again after the election, but the final make-up will not be known until the election results are posted on September 20.

War of words breaks out over Invermay jobs

War of words breaks out over Invermay jobs

Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce and Dunedin North MP David Clark are accusing each other of playing fast and loose with numbers over job losses at AgResearch.

Fundraising night for fire family

Northeast Valley is making a song and dance about the Singh family.

Councillor takes govt to task on rising sea

Councillor takes govt to task on rising sea

Dunedin city councillor Jinty MacTavish has blasted the ''complete absence of leadership'' from central government over climate change, leaving ratepayers to face a possible $75 million bill to protect part of the city from sea level rise.

Greens say no to deep sea drilling

The Green Party wants to prohibit deep sea oil drilling around the coast of New Zealand, at a time when some of the global giants of drilling are conducting testing in New Zealand waters.

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