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Dunedin lags in hi-tech

Dunedin lags in hi-tech

Dunedin needs to embrace hi-tech industry, writes Prof Sir David Skegg.

Sale of assets may be revisited

Sale of assets may be revisited

Asset sales by the Dunedin City Council could soon be back on the table.

On reflection: too much?

On reflection: too much?

Questions are being asked about the effectiveness of a glass display case housing a locomotive at the Otago Settlers Museum in Dunedin.

Eight on shortlist to rename museum

Eight on shortlist to rename museum

Eight names have made the shortlist in the competition to rename the Otago Settlers Museum in Dunedin.

Students and seniors at odds over asset sales

Students and seniors at odds over asset sales Otago student political leaders have declined a Grey Power invitation to march with senior citizens protesting government asset sales.

Big costs sought over highway realignment

Big costs sought over highway realignment

A Dunedin businessman is seeking significant costs from the Dunedin City Council after a protracted legal dispute over a highway realignment near Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Acklin sorry for second drink-driving charge

Acklin sorry for second drink-driving charge

Dunedin city councillor Bill Acklin faces a second conviction for drink-driving after he failed a breath-test in Green Island at the weekend.

Grants meant for amateur rugby used to pay ORFU creditors

Grants meant for amateur rugby used to pay ORFU creditors

Grants earmarked for the amateur rugby game were used by the Otago Rugby Football Union to pay creditors, New Zealand Rugby Union appointed change manager Jeremy Curragh has confirmed.

'Great opportunity' seen for Dunedin

'Great opportunity' seen for Dunedin

A leading international adviser on city economic development says Dunedin has a "great opportunity" to become a world-leading small city.

I will teach my pupils to make me rich

A key rule of economics is that incentives shape human behaviour for better or worse.

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