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Virgin axes Australia flights

Virgin axes Australia flights

In a blow to Dunedin's travel and tourism industry, direct flights to and from Sydney and Melbourne this summer have been dropped.

Businessman slams leasehold 'parasite'

Businessman slams leasehold 'parasite'

Leasehold land is a ''parasite'' killing development in Dunedin, property owner and businessmen Alistair Broad says.

Family upset dog put down; wants apology

Family upset dog put down; wants apology

A Dunedin family wants an apology from the Dunedin City Council for euthanising its beloved dog, Obi.

Confidence football will be popular

Confidence football will be popular

Dunedin Venues Management Ltd is to underwrite next month's top-tier football clash between English Premier League team Newcastle United and Sydney FC at Forsyth Barr Stadium, it has been confirmed.

Parking message not getting through

Parking message not getting through

Dunedin's able-bodied residents do not seem to be getting the message that they should not park in disabled car parks.

Cards banned after schoolyard 'unfair trades'

Cards banned after  schoolyard 'unfair trades'

Unfair playground deals between pupils have forced several Dunedin primary schools to ban the latest trading card craze.

No stopping cycle plan

No stopping cycle plan

The arguments of a lone Dunedin city councillor seeking to have the South Dunedin Cycle Network stopped in its tracks fell largely on deaf ears yesterday.

Dunedin falls off end of Katy Perry's list

Dunedin falls off end of Katy Perry's list

It appears Katy Perry is longing for a white Christmas rather than a summer concert in the south of New Zealand.

Sir Gordon 'deeply sorry' for sexually inappropriate joke

Sir Gordon 'deeply sorry' for sexually inappropriate joke

New Zealand sevens rugby coach Sir Gordon Tietjens has apologised for a sexually inappropriate joke he made during the Otago Sports Awards.

Police endorse Octagon closure

Police endorse Octagon closure

Dunedin is lucky an intoxicated pedestrian has not been seriously injured by a vehicle in the inner city, police say.

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