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Rape Crisis says enough is enough - August 20, 2015 Rape Crisis Dunedin is blowing the whistle on the ongoing harassment of young local women. Staff say wolf-whistling and other forms of harassment are a constant hassle for female residents. And they say enough is enough. News:  Local

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Generator stolen from Caversham Highway construction site - August 20, 2015 Police are investigating the theft of a 70 kilogram generator from the Caversham Highway construction site. News:  Local

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DCC upgrades ageing playground equipment - August 20, 2015 More than $80,000 is being spent on the replacement of ageing playground equipment. It's part of the city council's maintenance programme for parks and reserves. And it means local children will have new gear to test out this summer. News:  Local

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Local Myanmar community bakes to help those affected by floods

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University students aim to ban plastic bags - August 20, 2015 Otago University students are making an effort to ban plastic bags, as part of a sustainability campaign. The campus has been given a facelift to highlight the environmental impact of plastic. And students hope their efforts will create some lifelong habits. News:  Local

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Public outcry against mass campus tree removal has positive impact

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Dunedin's public transport system faces more changes - August 6, 2015 Another raft of changes are under way for Dunedin's public transport system. The Otago Regional Council's developing a policy about what passengers can take on buses, and more contracts are up for tender. But the overhaul is copping some flak. News:  Local

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Propagation facility finally opens at Botanic Garden - August 6, 2015 A multi-million dollar propagation facility almost twenty years in the making is finally open at the Dunedin Botanic Garden. It's the product of the city council's single largest investment in the garden. And it allows the expansion of almost everything the country's oldest garden offers. News:  Local

Armed offenders squad cordon off area in Calton Hill - August 6, 2015 A known gang associate wanted by police remains at large, following a three-hour search in Calton Hill. Jeremy Phillip Clark has ties to the Bandidos gang and is wanted on assault charges. The armed offenders squad cordoned off Columba Avenue yesterday afternoon as they searched a house in the street. It left residents unable to get in or out until just before 7pm. News:  Local

Appeals lodged against DCC's proposed local alcohol policy - August 6, 2015 Eight appeals have been lodged against the city council's proposed local alcohol policy. They'll be considered by the national Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority. Appellants include the police, hospitality associations, supermarkets and liquor retailers. News:  Business Local
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