Public opposition to increasing benefit levels means no
political party is likely to reverse the cuts that did most
to contribute to income inequality, Max Rashbrooke, the
editor of a book on the subject, says.
The Dunedin City Council must share the blame for
multimillion-dollar losses incurred by Delta from its failed
property investments at Jacks Point and Luggate, Mayor Dave
Cerebos Gregg's has confirmed it will pump $10 million into
expanding its Dunedin-based coffee factory and close its East
Tamaki, Auckland, manufacturing plant at the end of this
Three anti-oil protesters who scaled the Dunedin Railway
Station yesterday morning and unfurled a banner were later
given a pre-charge warning by police.
A Dunedin man says he had his shirt ripped, glasses pulled
off his face and his car's wing mirror yanked off after he
confronted drunken St Patrick's Day revellers who were
urinating on his property.
The Dunedin City Council will not be seeking repayment of the
$400,000 debt it wrote off to save the Otago Rugby Football
Union even though it was now back in the black.
The Otago Rugby Football Union has recorded a $406,800
profit, just over two years after it faced going out of
business because of debts of more than $2 million.
A Twizel businessman says he has had enough of investing in
Dunedin after learning the hard way about complying with
local planning rules.
New Zealanders will vote on whether New Zealand gets a new
flag during the next Parliamentary term, Prime Minister John
Key announced this morning.
Supporters of Dunedin's proposed waterfront hotel are
celebrating news of a deal to progress the controversial
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