After last night's commanding performance on Campbell Live,
John Key will be left wondering why he did not go on the show
a lot earlier to defend the changes to his GCSB bill.
Southern voices have joined together in an unprecedented
display of unity to call for more investment, not less, in
Dunedin's Invermay agricultural research centre.
Dunedin construction companies are sending staff north for
the Christchurch rebuild because of a lack of work in
Labour environment spokeswoman Maryan Street's message that
the challenges of climate change and humankind's impact on
the environment needed to be met head on has received support
Dunedin city councillor Bill Acklin is quitting local
politics, but not before firing some parting shots at his
critics and even some council colleagues.
A strategy for regional development would be one of the first
things a Labour government would look at, party leader David
Reader John Egenes wonders what happens to all that
parking time he pays for but doesn't use.
The Government was doing plenty to encourage economic growth
in Dunedin, Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce said
in Parliament yesterday.
Dunedin is welcoming new business from those sick of the
Auckland rat race.
Another national first is being staged at the Forsyth Barr
Stadium in Dunedin.
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