A crackdown on out-of-control drinking in North Dunedin has
pushed student parties into the Dunedin Botanic Garden,
leaving garden staff to clean up the mess.
A new way of putting art in public places has been proposed.
There is something in a name when it comes to gardens,
Clare Fraser writes.
Members of the Otago Sculpture Trust are calling for the
Dunedin City Council to start from scratch as it prepares to
sign a contract for a new sculpture at the Dunedin Botanic
The unearthing of a worm sculpture design in Dunedin
yesterday prompted a mixed reaction.
A significant milestone for one of Dunedin's grandest old
dames will be celebrated with a garden party.
A decision will be made today on whether to call for
proposals from other Dunedin artists for a commemorative
sculpture to mark the Dunedin Botanic Garden's 150th
If art is meant to provoke a reaction, then the Friends of
the Botanic Garden's proposed 150th anniversary sculpture for
the Dunedin Botanic Garden has achieved its purpose before it
is even installed.
It may be April, but nodding plumes are still an eye-catching
sight in the Rhododendron Dell at the Dunedin Botanic Garden.
A family of little shags nesting beside the Dunedin Botanic
Garden duck pond have grown to become a small community.
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