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.
The wait is over: the final four
designs for a proposed new national flag have been revealed.
As Wanaka and Queenstown put on the Winter Games, the Green
Party is warning climate change could wreak havoc on the snow
sports industry if nothing is done to stop it.
Protesters jostled with police last night as they tried to
disrupt a National Party fundraising event in Dunedin.
Rugby league great Graham Lowe has alarmed Jacinda Ardern
after describing her as "a pretty little thing" when asked if
she would make a good Prime Minister.
Dunedin is a small city with great unrealised potential,
writes Angus Mackay.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says the
Dunedin City Council will soon begin a major push to attract
hotel development to the city.
Thousands of people have turned up to protest against the
Trans-Pacific Partnership in Dunedin and across the country
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