Dunedin is about to begin an aggressive marketing campaign
aimed at getting Aucklanders to up sticks and move south.
The Dunedin City Council is in talks to secure a
multimillion-dollar five-star hotel, potentially financed
from China, ahead of an expected surge in visitors from the
world's most populous nation.
The Aramoana community is split over a gate installed to stop
hoons wrecking a protected salt marsh.
Courage on everyone's part, and some tough conversations
are required in the Dunedin's battle against sea level rises,
writes Mayor Dave Cull.
New Zealanders have, by a tight margin, got behind the black,
white and blue Kyle Lockwood-designed silver fern flag over
the similar red, white and blue flag by the same designer.
Dunedin travellers returning by air from Brisbane face a late
arrival next winter, with a planned schedule change meaning a
landing time of 10 minutes after midnight.
The five alternative New Zealand flag designs have been
stolen from a car park building in Dunedin. Police are
appealing for witnesses.
Dunedin has been chosen to host a new refugee resettlement
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