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.
Courage on everyone's part, and some tough conversations
are required in the Dunedin's battle against sea level rises,
writes Mayor Dave Cull.
New Zealanders have, by a tight margin, got behind the black,
white and blue Kyle Lockwood-designed silver fern flag over
the similar red, white and blue flag by the same designer.
Dunedin travellers returning by air from Brisbane face a late
arrival next winter, with a planned schedule change meaning a
landing time of 10 minutes after midnight.
The five alternative New Zealand flag designs have been
stolen from a car park building in Dunedin. Police are
appealing for witnesses.
Dunedin has been chosen to host a new refugee resettlement
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