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DVML books $36,475 profit from ITM Cup

DVML books $36,475 profit from ITM Cup

The company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium is celebrating a rare financial win after confirming a small profit from this year's ITM Cup rugby season.

DCC report opposes city hotel

DCC report opposes city hotel

Plans for a 28-storey waterfront hotel towering over Dunedin have been dealt a blow by a Dunedin City Council report that criticises the design and recommends resource consent be declined.

Cyclist killed; call to improve safety

Cyclist killed; call to improve safety

A Dunedin advocacy group has called for improved safety measures for cyclists after the death of a male cyclist outside Dunedin Hospital yesterday.

Hotel developer unveils link bridge proposal

Hotel developer unveils link bridge proposal

The man promoting Dunedin's proposed 28-storey hotel has unveiled plans for a "world class" pedestrian and cyclist bridge that could provide a missing link to the city's waterfront.

Council's flood response 'pathetic'

Council's flood response 'pathetic'

A community board member has criticised the "pathetic" response to a flash flood in Mosgiel that caused thousands of dollars in damage to shops on Saturday afternoon.

Body blow: 'It's been tough'

Body blow: 'It's been tough'

Hillside has survived two world wars and the Great Depression but not the National Government, angry workers say.

Opinion: Does Dunedin want to scare off developers?

Opinion: Does Dunedin want to scare off developers?

As a professional couple living in London considering moving back to our home town of Dunedin, it really worries us to see the attitude people in the city display towards development.

Hotel project spokesman confident of go-ahead

Hotel project spokesman confident of go-ahead

The man acting as the public face for a proposed 28-storey waterfront hotel in Dunedin says the project remains "full steam ahead" despite a public outcry.

Teacher attrition as rolls drop in city

Teacher attrition as rolls drop in city

Two co-educational secondary schools in Dunedin plan to cut teacher numbers as the fall in school-age children starts to affect the secondary sector.

'Gay' just means 'weird': Key

'Gay' just means 'weird': Key

Prime Minister John Key says "gay" just means "weird" and he had no intention of offending anyone when he used it on a radio show last week.

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