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Dunedin 'preferred' site for big employer

Dunedin 'preferred' site for big employer

A large company has chosen Dunedin as its ''preferred location'' to set up an operation that could bring 200 jobs to the city, Mayor Dave Cull says.

DCC quitting its fossil fuel shares

DCC quitting its fossil fuel shares

The Dunedin City Council has voted in favour of divesting its shares in fossil fuel extraction companies by the slimmest of margins.

9% rise deserved, Cull says

9% rise deserved, Cull says

Dunedin city councillors are set for a 9% pay rise - worth more than $4500 to each - and Mayor Dave Cull says more is needed.

Key 'just horsing around' with waitress

Key 'just horsing around' with waitress

Prime Minister John Key says his pulling of a ponytail, which an Auckland waitress described as bullying, was just a case of him "horsing around".

Push begins to light up University Oval

Push begins to light up University Oval

Light it up and they will come is the promise.

Rod concert wows promoters

Rod concert wows promoters

Concert-goers and organisers are hailing Rod Stewart's Dunedin concert as an incredible success.

Call to support new pool

Call to support new pool

The Taieri Communities Facilities Trust hopes the wider Dunedin community will support its push for a new aquatics centre in Mosgiel.

MP's Facebook post backfires

MP's Facebook post backfires

A comment made by MP for Clutha-Southland Todd Barclay on his Facebook page regarding Campbell Live has left people seething.

Campbell's 'massive' decline not sustainable

Campbell's 'massive' decline not sustainable

The only way Campbell Live can be saved is by people watching the show, the director of ratings website Throng says.

Planned child-care facility ire

Planned child-care facility ire

Neighbours are preparing to fight plans for a ''significant'' two-storey child-care centre that would bring 100 children a day to their quiet Dunedin street.

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