A former synthetic cannabis smoker turned picketing protester
is campaigning to rid Mosgiel shops of the legal high.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull may not be meeting the Dalai Lama
next month, but one of his councillors said it would be a
''privilege'' if she could do so.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull's decision to sidestep a speaking
engagement with the Dalai Lama appears to be aimed at
avoiding the ire of China, a University of Otago academic, Dr
Nicholas Khoo, says.
worked-up crowd of Brighton residents made it clear to
2degrees it will have a fight on its hands if it continues
with plans to erect a cellphone tower in the community.
St Clair Beach was
bombarded by monsters from the deep yesterday evening.
For 40 minutes at the Queenstown Recreation Ground on
Saturday, it seemed Highlanders Andrew Hore and Tony
Woodcock, playing for Maniototo, would finally know what it
felt like to win this season.
Down by the foreshore, across from the university, there sits
a structure which has divided the Dunedin community like none
other in many a year. It is, of course, Forsyth Barr Stadium.
A spaceship from the 1970s called Aerosmith berthed in
Dunedin last night.
Aerosmith fans are crying foul over last-minute discounts to
boost ticket sales for tomorrow's Forsyth Barr Stadium show.
Dunedin's hospitality industry is feeling the pinch of the
economic climate with four local restaurants shutting in the
last few months.
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