Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Subdivision decision overturned by court

Subdivision decision overturned by court

The Environment Court has overturned a Dunedin City Council consent decision, meaning a developer can go ahead with his subdivision on the lower slopes of Saddle Hill, at East Taieri.

Craft knife scare at city Winz office

Craft knife scare at city Winz office

A 36-year-old Dunedin man may be charged after allegedly bringing a knife into the central Dunedin Work and Income New Zealand office.

'I've got a case for damages' - Hall

'I've got a case for damages' - Hall

Dunedin city councillor Doug Hall is threatening to take on the Dunedin City Council again, this time in a fight for more than $1 million in legal costs.

Views on poverty hard to reconcile

Views on poverty hard to reconcile

Whether they condemn or sympathise with the poor, people care about ''sick children'', the founding editor of the University of Otago's child poverty monitor says.

Shipshape and squeaky clean

Shipshape and squeaky clean

Nick Beadle, of See Through Windows, cleans the mirror glass frontage of a Wharf St building earlier this week.

Light stolen from garden sculpture exhibition

Light stolen from garden sculpture exhibition

Glenfalloch Garden event organiser Glenda Bruce would like a recent nocturnal visitor to the garden to shed light on one simple thing.

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