Dunedin rugby fans are ''gobsmacked'' the city will be left
without a victory parade to celebrate the All Blacks' Rugby
World Cup win.
Building Dunedin's cycleways could cost ''three to four
times'' more per metre than first thought.
Cold and damp houses in Dunedin are a ''community shame'',
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says.
The troubled South Dunedin cycle network may be pared back to
a single city to sea path to enable it to be completed within
A petition calling on the Government to address a broad
spectrum of issues, including climate change, has been
dismissed by a parliamentary select committee.
The push to reopen Dunedin's historic courthouse has been
dealt a blow by the Government saying the strengthening work
will now cost more than $15 million and the proposal will
need to be reviewed.
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The financially stressed Southern District Health Board has
been given a $7 million cash injection so it can pay its
bills, Health Minister Dr Jonathan Coleman has confirmed.
Pressure on landlords to provide warm and dry
accommodation is raising rents and putting some people on the
street. Shawn McAvinue reports.
Black Sabbath have confirmed they'll be touring one last time
- and have added Dunedin to their world tour.
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