After years of conflict and compromise over the proposed
cycleway for Dunedin's one-way traffic system, cyclists and
business owners alike have greeted the final plan with
Labour has announced a multi-billion dollar plan to provide
every New Zealander with three years of free tertiary
Up to 250 people have declared the Octagon a Trans Pacific
Partnership-free zone at an ''action event'' in Dunedin this
If Dunedin is serious about a new bridge to open up its
waterfront, two old bluestone abutments just south of Queens
Gardens could be part of the missing link, heritage advocates
The injury statistics are cat-astrophic.
Alcohol company Lion has accused academics of cherry-picking
information for a critique of Lion-funded research that had
denied a direct link between alcohol and violence.
battle to stop alleged cultural insensitivity in Mosgiel is
boiling over as another Scottish place name is spelt
incorrectly in an administrative blunder.
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.
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