A protester was arrested and his tent removed by police,
after the Occupy Dunedin group sprang back into action
yesterday in "solidarity" with its Auckland counterparts.
The Octagon's occupation may be over but Occupy Dunedin
protesters are promising a new phase to highlight their
Occupy Dunedin is occupying the Dunedin Octagon no more, with
the protesters pulling down their tents and tarpaulins in the
city centre today.
Future funding for Dunedin
cycling networks may be compromised by the fiscal
belt-tightening of transport bureaucrats in central
government, Otago's regional transport committee has been
About 100 Roman Catholics knelt and prayed in the
rain today before a ripped billboard depicting a
shocked-looking Virgin Mary clutching a positive pregnancy
road-crash record will be scrutinised by transport and local
council authorities in an attempt to change "shocking"
driving habits in the region.
The Roar had the style but the Phoenix delivered the
substance to rack up a 2-0 win at Forsyth Barr Stadium in
Dunedin last night.
A "premature" press release from the Otago Rugby Football
Union is behind controversy and "conspiracy theories" about
Dunedin Venues Management Ltd's dalliance with the business
of running rugby, Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says.
Dunedin concert pumped more money into the Otago economy than
individual Rugby World Cup matches, Paymark figures reveal.
A cyclist (wearing dayglow vest) looks at her bicycle after a
collision with a taxi in Portsmouth Dr, Dunedin, yesterday.
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