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Which way will the city go?

Which way will the city go?

Dunedin needs to adjust its attitude if its economy and population is to grow by 2030, a leading agribusiness executive says.

DCC sells gambling, oil shares

DCC sells gambling, oil shares

The Dunedin City Council has sold almost a million dollars of oil and gambling shares before a final decision on its ethical investment policy next month.

Majority in favour of joining Isis fight - PM

Majority in favour of joining Isis fight - PM

New Zealand does not have a "realistic option of doing nothing" in the fight against Isis, Prime Minister John Key says, in advance of a Cabinet meeting to decide on whether to send New Zealand troops to Iraq to join forces against the Islamic terror group.

Animal magnetism fills the Zoo

Animal magnetism fills the Zoo

Forsyth Barr Stadium's biggest party is back. The Zoo has entertained since 2012 but what's in store for the year ahead? ODT reporter Timothy Brown finds out.

We cleaned street: flatmates

We cleaned street: flatmates

The Dunedin flatmates behind a street party which attracted more than 1000 people last weekend say they cleaned up 550kg of glass afterwards and took it to the dump.

No hiding party's streetful of shards

No hiding party's streetful of shards

A contractor has reportedly refused to clean Hyde St due to the amount of smashed glass strewn in the notorious party street in Dunedin's north end at the weekend.

Troublesome tree should stay - council

Troublesome tree should stay - council

An elm has caused a nightmare for some residents of a Mosgiel street, but the owner's plans to cut it down have been opposed by Dunedin City Council staff.

Tree causes power cut

Tree causes power cut

Delta crew work on a transformer on the corner of Warrender and Queen Sts, Dunedin, yesterday morning.

Swift denial of hospital 'downgrade'

Swift denial of hospital 'downgrade'

The Southern District Health Board has moved swiftly to allay fears of a downgrade of Dunedin Hospital after more than 10,000 people joined a social media campaign in just over three days.

Calls for boycott of Fifty Shades of Grey movie

Calls for boycott of Fifty Shades of Grey movie

The erotic movie Fifty Shades of Grey, due to be released on Valentines Day, should be boycotted because it "glamorises sexual violence", Family First says.

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