Bunnings staff have been suspended without pay for refusing
to wear their work aprons.
The Otago Daily Times plans to introduce a metered
paywall for its online content next month as part of an
exciting relaunch of its website.
Some Bunnings customers and staff are upset after management
removed a defibrillator from its Dunedin store.
As a short-lived rainstorm passed over Dunedin last night,
about 150 South Dunedin residents gathered for a meeting
about the lasting effects of another storm that hit almost
exactly nine months ago.
The reason why most big decisions are not left to referendums
has become blindingly clear over New Zealand's flag debate.
Veteran food writer Charmian Smith agreed to taste-test
the meals that have prompted dozens of meals on wheels
cancellations. Health reporter Eileen Goodwin was on hand to
gauge her response.
A proposed Dunedin supermarket specialising in fresh food and
a market atmosphere should not go ahead, a council planner
A long-abandoned 144-year-old railway tunnel beneath
Roseneath has been floated as an alternative route for a
section of the proposed Dunedin to Port Chalmers separated
Public confidence in the hearing process for Otago's new
water plan could be undermined by restrictions that prevent
Fish and Game from making submissions on a key consent
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