The Dunedin City Council is seeking answers from its own
lines company, Aurora Energy Ltd, after the third
street-light blackout in the city in less than two months.
A Dunedin landowner is offering a cat ban as part of a move
to protect a prominent, bush-clad part of Otago Peninsula.
More than a year since 2degrees was meant to start building a
cell tower on Scroggs Hill Rd in Brighton, the site remains
empty and peaceful and its neighbours remain on guard.
It's been called the Toaster and the Glasshouse.
Outram was a sight for sore eyes for Luke O'Malley, when he
cycled into the township last week.
The hall is alive with the sound of music - at least it will
be next month.
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