Dunedin needs to ''stand up'' to government cuts, and a new
political party giving a voice to the South could be just the
ticket, businessman Ian Taylor says.
Enough is enough. Residents of the South have in recent
months repeatedly heard myriad voices calling for regional
Dunedin businessman Doug Hall remains defiant after the
Dunedin City Council confirmed it was revisiting the
designation process for an affected area of State Highway 88.
Heads will not roll over the Forsyth Barr Stadium budget
blowout, but the total bill could rise again to more than
$260 million, it has been revealed.
Brighton residents have been given a week to discuss the
alternative proposed sites for a 2degrees cellphone tower in
Scroggs Hill Rd.
Labour's housing policy to restrict house sales to foreigners
could be at odds with New Zealand's Free Trade Agreement with
Plans to re-establish a cable car run from the Exchange to
Mornington have attracted the support of one of the world's
iconic tourism operations - the San Francisco MUNI
[municipal] cable car.
It was once the hub of Dunedin nightlife, where the
Rolling Stones went to party. Today, lower Rattray St is a
crumbling collection of buildings and memories. Nigel Benson
visits a street which lost desire.
Dunedin police are disappointed by the number of intoxicated
drivers apprehended at checkpoints.
A compromise could be close as heritage building advocates
and a developer continue to haggle over the fate of a block
of Princes St buildings in a protected Dunedin townscape.
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