Business owners on the block north of Cadbury have been blindsided by the announcement they would have to move to make room for Dunedin’s new hospital.
There have already been 19 reports written in the planning process for the new Dunedin Hospital: you can expect many more before the building opens in 2026.
Under the Public Works Act 1981 the Crown can acquire land by agreement or compulsorily.
All the key facts from today's announcement Dunedin Hospital will be rebuilt across multiple central city blocks in the largest capital project in the history of the New Zealand health system.
The future of a University of Otago-owned residential college is now up in the air following today's announcement that part of the new Dunedin Hospital will be built on the same block.
Health Minister David Clark says the announcement of the new Dunedin Hospital site is a "red letter day for the people of the South who have waited too long for their new hospital''.
A block and a-half of central Dunedin - including part of the Cadbury factory and stretching across St Andrew St - is the frontrunner to be named as the site for the new $1.4 billion Dunedin Hospital today.
Private and public investors, including Ngai Tahu, should consider putting money into housing developments for workers employed to build the new Dunedin Hospital, rebuild convener Pete Hodgson says.
The rebuild of Dunedin Hospital must have the demands of an ageing population at the forefront of its design, Southern District Health Board chief medical officer Nigel Millar says.
What does a PPP for Dunedin hospital mean? Infrastructure New Zealand chief executive Stephen Selwood explains.
The fate of the Dunedin physio pool remains unknown after Saturday's announcement about the Dunedin Hospital rebuild.
Tepid support from some Otago councils for the Dunedin City Council's hospital campaign has not fazed the councillor leading the campaign.
In the first of a three-part series analysing health issues, Eileen Goodwin looks behind the scenes of the Dunedin Hospital rebuild.
In the first of a new ODTTV series, Loughrey Interviews, reporter David Loughrey delves into the Dunedin Hospital SOS campaign with Mayor Dave Cull.
At least 1300 email forms have been sent through the Dunedin Hospital SOS website, campaign spokesman David Benson-Pope says.
The Otago Regional Council will dip its toe in, but will not dive into a campaign to secure a central city Dunedin hospital rebuild.