Dunedin bed and breakfast owners say their industry is in
dire straits, with at least 35 B&Bs closing in the last
The Green Party is poised to announce its own candidate for
the Dunedin mayoral election race.
More than 600 Dunedin residents have registered to
participate in an upcoming class action about bank default
fees they believe are unfair.
A labour of love for Port Chalmers woman Carol Meikle, who
has spent years researching the town's links with Australia's
first saint, Mary MacKillop, who is known as Saint Mary of
the Cross, has led to the return of a treasure.
Community organisations are being advised to make sure their
phone and computer systems are protected, after a small
non-profit group based in Dunedin was targeted by hackers.
After years of waiting, work is finally ready to start on the
restoration of the Iona Church in Port Chalmers.
New York is the city that never sleeps, some call Paris the
city of love but Dunedin is fast gaining a moniker people can
really sink their teeth into - ''Salmon City''.
Members of the salmon fishing fraternity have had their
patience tested to the limit as they try out a new salmon
trap in the Leith River.
Christchurch police have been brought into the 21st century
with iPhones and iPads, which will give officers access to
information at their fingertips.
Poor toilet facilities and a lack of wheelchair access at the
Dunedin City Library have been criticised by the Dunedin
Public Libraries Association at the Dunedin City Council's
annual plan hearings.
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