The Dunedin planner who has been a key figure behind the
city's heritage building resurgence is ending his stint in
the South, taking a parting shot at "knockers'' whom he says
are the city's worst enemies.
An experienced health board chief executive has been seconded
to run the Southern District Health Board for six months.
The trust behind a bid to resurrect the High St cable car
line will host a "grand opening'' next March, to mark 60
years since the line closed.
A huge line-up of "cutting-edge'' events was revealed last
night as the Arts Festival Dunedin programme was launched at
the Regent Theatre.
For decades, first-time visitors to Dunedin North
Intermediate have faced the challenge of finding its main
A firefighter extinguishes a blaze in a classic car on a
hoist in a South Dunedin workshop yesterday.
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