Community concerns that a school pedestrian crossing was an
''accident waiting to happen'' have prompted the Dunedin City
Council to investigate.
Dunedin's nine mayoral aspirants did their best to court the
tourism sector at their first mayoral candidates forum in the
city last night.
Peer-reviewed studies show fluoride does cause adverse
health effects, write anti-fluoride campaigner and Dunedin
psychiatrist Bruce Spittle and Dunedin dentist Russel
A 60-year-old Dunedin woman is in hospital with a broken leg
after being knocked over by dogs at St Kilda Beach.
The Highlanders will not have Tamati Ellison in their
midfield next year and it also seems possible All Black
front-rowers Tony Woodcock and Andrew Hore will both leave
Prime Minister John Key says he is not bothered by any of
Labour's leadership candidates, but whoever takes the reins
will shift the party further to the political left.
The Port Chalmers Seafood Festival has hit a sour note with
some local musicians after choosing entertainers from outside
Dunedin for next month's event.
On the eve of a final announcement on proposed museum
restructuring, former Otago Museum Trust Board member Malcolm
Farry yesterday warned of the ''danger'' of senior museum
managers being lost.
The Government Communications Security Bureau and Related
Legislation Amendment Bill has passed in Parliament tonight
after its third reading.
The Otago-Southland region has recorded the second-highest
loss of public service jobs over the past five years.
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