A health warning sign to be erected on St Kilda Beach near
Lawyers Head is not a result of pollution caused by the
Tahuna wastewater treatment plant, the Dunedin City Council
Lifeguards are praising the behaviour of swimmers as the
city's beaches prove popular on hot summer days.
A 1.3km-long wall buried behind Dunedin's St Kilda and Middle
Beaches to manage coastal erosion, is a step closer.
Dunedin continues to face problems over the summer holidays
with inadequately supervised youngsters at some of its
St Kilda resident Vicki Warrington is "not holding her
breath" that plans to flush water pipes in her area will
solve her dirty water problems in the long term.
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