Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Labour promises to reopen Hillside

Labour promises to reopen Hillside

Labour is promising to re-open Hillside workshop and invest at least $250 million to rebuild Dunedin Hospital if elected.

Health workers cancel strike action

Health workers cancel strike action

Health workers have withdrawn the threat of strike action which would have affected about 1000 staff in Otago and Southland. 

Businesses fear being driven out of area

Businesses fear being driven out of area

It is a choice between buildings and jobs, a panel considering whether to allow apartments in a heritage building in Dunedin's waterfront industrial area has been told.

Just the beginning: promoters shoot for the stars

Just the beginning: promoters shoot for the stars

Chart-topping music sensation Lorde has confirmed what is expected to be a sellout show in Dunedin's Town Hall later this year - but that could just be the start.

Labour leader in town today

Labour leader in town today

Labour leader David Cunliffe will be campaigning in Dunedin today, speaking to students, holding a public meeting to announce a ‘‘positive plan for Dunedin'' and speaking to the Otago Chamber of Commerce.

Entry-level job concern

Entry-level job concern

Dunedin is becoming a city of ''middle-aged, middle-class'' workers with a dearth of entry-level roles, Methodist Mission chief executive Laura Black says.

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