It appears Katy Perry is longing for a white Christmas rather
than a summer concert in the south of New Zealand.
New Zealand sevens rugby coach Sir Gordon Tietjens has
apologised for a sexually inappropriate joke he made during
the Otago Sports Awards.
Dunedin is lucky an intoxicated pedestrian has not been
seriously injured by a vehicle in the inner city, police say.
Dunedin libraries are preparing to go live with a
sophisticated new radio tracking system that will help
monitor lending stock.
A storm is brewing
in Victoria Rd where some residents say the Dunedin City
Council's plan to install a shared walk/cycle path is rushed
and a potential disaster.
Lives could be saved from drink-driving crashes if
police stopped threatening $10,000 fines and supported
unlicensed passenger services, the creators of a Dunedin
social media campaign say.
The Amalgamated Workers Union New Zealand has laid blame for
the impending closure of Southern Cross Forest Products
squarely at the feet of the Dunedin City Council and local
''feral'' student party in Stafford St yesterday was shut
down by police, amid concerns for the safety of intoxicated
people climbing on the outside of a three-storey flat.
A proposal to turn part of Dunedin's Octagon into a
pedestrian-only zone has gained momentum, after the Dunedin
City Council endorsed plans to investigate a trial of the
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