Dame Dorothy Fraser, one of Dunedin's most distinguished
citizens, died on Sunday. She was 89.
While temperatures around the South are forecast to rise
slightly today, the snow that blanketed the region yesterday
continues to cause problems for motorists this morning.
The Dunedin City Council is to press ahead with a $1.1
million plan to revamp Exchange Square and create new
car-free zones in the Warehouse Precinct.
Dunedin could be hit by as many as eight significant
snowfalls this winter as El Nino looks set to bring a raft of
polar-chilled southwesterlies to the city.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis says he has begun a
legal challenge to reclaim his lost voting rights, although
senior council staff remain in the dark about the details.
Reading the William Shakespeare play The Winter's Tale
in the 86-Hour Shakespeare Marathon at Fortune Theatre Studio
in Dunedin yesterday are Cheryl Amos (left) and Julie
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