Aramoana

Aramoana drainage considered

Aramoana drainage considered

The Dunedin City Council is investigating possible solutions after Aramoana residents voiced concern over the length of time parts of the community remained flooded after last week's heavy rain.

Fears sea lions will be scared off

Fears sea lions will be scared off

A proposal to replace the decaying century-old pilot's wharf at Aramoana has hit a snag, with a local conservation group concerned a new wharf would scare off the New Zealand sea lion population in the area.

Aramoana League keen on proposal for new wharf

A campaign to maintain a wharf at Aramoana has taken a step forward, with the completion of concept plans for a new wharf at the location of the century-old pilot's wharf.

Castle of dreams takes shape at seaside town

Castle of dreams takes shape at seaside town

An Aramoana woman has turned her home into a castle after an epiphany led her to build turrets, which she has done with the help of her friend building an ark next door.

Information kiosk takes shape

Information kiosk takes shape

Installing the weathered steel roof on an information kiosk in Aramoana yesterday are Rod Densen (left) and Geoff McClelland.

Concern about dredging spurs surfers' protest

Concern about dredging spurs surfers' protest

Surfers in Dunedin have sent a message to Port Otago - hands off Aramoana's waves.

Planned development under fire

Planned development under fire

A proposed residential development near Aramoana, in Dunedin, has come under fire from neighbours and other opponents, as developers seek to establish sites for three new homes in one of the city's more sensitive areas.

Stolen medal saga's difficult unwinding

Stolen medal saga's difficult unwinding

Some time after Eva Helen Dickson's death, her son, Alistair, brought the George Medal, awarded to her for bravery in the Aramoana tragedy, into the Port Chalmers Museum and signed a long-term loan agreement.

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