The Dunedin City Council is investigating work carried out on
a historic building in Dundas St, after a corrugated iron
roof was installed over one of the terrace houses yesterday.
Dunedin ratepayers are facing a 6.5% draft rates increase for
the year: now it is up to the public to tell its council
whether or not that rise is acceptable.
Commercial and licensed activity on Otago and Southland
conservation land accounts for more than a third of the $18
million in concession fees paid to the Department of
A Dunedin City Council subcommittee that hands out more than
$800,000 a year to community groups is looking for four
community representatives with knowledge in the area of arts
and events in the city.
A pedestrian and cycle bridge described as the "missing link"
between Dunedin's Queens Gardens and the harbourside has been
proposed by the Dunedin City Council.
A half-million-dollar dream house in Dunedin appears to be a
leaky home, prompting a cry for help from the family living
in what they say has become a mouldy nightmare.
An attempt to reel in Dunedin's shark nets appears dead in
the water, despite claims they offer nothing more than a
An electronic barrier arm controlling vehicle access to John
Wilson Ocean Dr in Dunedin - at a cost of $100,000 - is among
many new features proposed for the scenic coastal road.
Road workers in Caversham, Dunedin, yesterday uncovered what
appears to be a link to one of the city's earlier hotels.
Major upgrades of Dunedin buildings central to public life
are running on time, the Dunedin City Council says.
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