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No apology over mud-tanks - Cull

No apology over mud-tanks - Cull

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is refusing to apologise over the council's mud-tank failures as the South Dunedin Action Group calls for an infrastructure overhaul.

Patients aren’t angry - Coleman

Patients aren’t angry - Coleman

Dunedin Hospital patients were not angry about the quality of meals, Health Minister Dr Jonathan Coleman said in Parliament yesterday.

South Dunedin flood risk ‘an issue’

South Dunedin flood risk ‘an issue’

South Dunedin presents the "most troubling example'' of high groundwater levels in the country, Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment  Jan Wright says.

Ethical sales losses $380K

Ethical sales losses $380K

Ethical investment has come with a price tag of more than $380,000 for Dunedin's Waipori Fund.

Man fed up with parking tickets

Man fed up with parking tickets

A Dunedin man is incensed after finding his vehicle ticketed again for parking infringements outside his Caversham home.

Hospital food excellent, minister says (+ video)

Hospital food excellent, minister says (+ video)

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman tried to draw a line under the Dunedin Hospital food controversy by sampling the meals at a hastily arranged luncheon yesterday.

Defibrillator has to go: Bunnings

Defibrillator has to go: Bunnings

Bunnings management has "put its foot down'' and forced its Dunedin staff to gift the store's defibrillator to a community group.

Call for freedom camping rules rethink

Call for freedom camping rules rethink

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is calling on the Government to rethink freedom camping legislation, after a season in which large crowds overwhelmed sites and stretched facilities and patience across Otago.

Reform lessons to be learned from flag referendum

Reform lessons to be learned from flag referendum

We don't do constitutional reform very well in New Zealand.

Disappointed PM won't revisit flag

Disappointed PM won't revisit flag

Prime Minister John Key says he is disappointed New Zealanders have voted to keep the current flag but has promised his Government will not revisit the issue.

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