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Bay residents voice concerns

Bay residents voice concerns

There is growing discontent among Macandrew Bay residents about freedom campers.

Backers hopeful of 'way forward' for hotel

Backers hopeful of 'way forward' for hotel

A major step forward for Dunedin's $100 million waterfront hotel project could be imminent following a marathon meeting of the Dunedin City Council.

Horse poo bin idea 'ridiculous'

Horse poo bin idea 'ridiculous'

The manure trail left on beaches and main streets is legal and practical, and the Saddle Hill Community Board idea of a manure bin stinks, says wandering horseman Keith Roberts.

Warning ethical investment could create volatility

Warning ethical investment could create volatility

The Dunedin City Council risks more ''volatile'' returns from its $76 million Waipori Fund if it opts for an ethical investment strategy that shuns the likes of the armament and tobacco industries, the council says.

Opinion: University smoking ban overrides minority

Opinion: University smoking ban overrides minority

The University of Otago's total smoking ban is draconian and discriminatory and should be revisited, writes Joss Miller.

Shell to pay cost of whale necropsy

Shell to pay cost of whale necropsy

Oil giant Shell will cover the cost of a necropsy (animal autopsy) on the long-fin pilot whale which died after beaching itself at Kaka Point on Thursday night.

Telecom name change to cost $20m

Telecom name change to cost $20m

Telecom plans to change its name later this year to Spark, and move into the internet television market.

Major stadium losses looming

Major stadium losses looming

Major ongoing losses are predicted by the company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium following a review identifying operating costs and expenditure.

Cafe, store plan for historic building

Cafe, store plan for historic building

Lawrie Forbes is at it again.

NZ Oil and Gas defends fossil fuel roadshow

NZ Oil and Gas defends fossil fuel roadshow

The fossil fuel roadshow that started its tour of South Taranaki schools yesterday could come to Otago and was not ''propaganda'' but a way to engage with the community, New Zealand Oil and Gas (NZOG) spokesman John Pagani says.

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