Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Quarry owner challenges Curran

Quarry owner challenges Curran

Dunedin South MP Clare Curran has been accused of attempting to interfere with judicial process over an Environment Court decision on the future of quarrying on Saddle Hill.

Housing crisis no figment: agency

Housing crisis no figment: agency

People are sleeping in cars and garages in Dunedin and homelessness is a growing problem in the city, two Presbyterian Support Otago (PSO) representatives say.

Measures for motorway snow days

Measures for motorway snow days

Webcams, a new weather station and more people on the ground on Dunedin's Northern Motorway should help deal with snow-day problems that last year saw traffic backed up for 90 minutes on a closed road.

Frank notches up 75 years as a mason

Frank notches up 75 years as a mason

It's not that Frank Penny is ungrateful about receiving an award for 75 years' service to the Masonic Lodge - the 96-year-old just refuses to believe he has done anything particularly special to deserve it.

Jail for man who assaulted cyclists

A man who assaulted two cyclists in separate incidents in Portsmouth Dr/Fryatt St on a Saturday afternoon in December has been sentenced to one year and one month's jail.

Port residents urged to conserve water

Port Chalmers residents are being asked to conserve water after a leak at the local water treatment plant.

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