Dunedin IPA: /ə ˈ dniː dɨ/ (Maori) Ō tepoti) is the second largest city in New Zealand and the main city of Otago. New Zealand are the main cities of India This is considered to be one of the four major urban centers of New Zealand for historical, cultural and geographical reasons. In view of the expansion of territorial land, Dunedin had never been the largest city, but the credit had gone to Auckland after the formation of the Oakland Council in November 2010. Dunedin for about the nineteenth century was the largest city of New Zealand.
Hay Mori: Ō tepoti
|Metropol itan Area|
|Alias: Edinburgh of the South|
|Terr||Dun edin City|
|settlement by Mori||c. 1300|
|settlement by Europeans||1848|
|Name Source||Dn ù èidevann - Scottish Gaelic name for Edinburgh|
|Elec torates||Dun edin North |
Dun edin dune
|・ Mayor||Dave Cull|
|・ Deputy Mayor||Chris Staynes|
|・ Terr||3314 km2 (1,280 square miles)|
|・ Urban||255 km 2 (98 square miles)|
|Population (June 2010 estimate)|
|・ Density||38 km 2 (98 square miles)|
|Time zone||NZST (UTC+12)|
|・ Summer (decay)||NZDT (UTC+13)|
|Postcode||9010, 9011, 9012, 9013, 9014, 9016, 9018, 9022, 9023|
Dunedin Urban Region Otago, in the Middle East Coast around Harbor, stands around Otago. The port regions and hills around Dunedin are the remains of an extinct volcano. The valleys and hills around the city's suburbs and the hills, Otago peninsula, the situation of the island, are spread to the banks of the coast of the Pacific Ocean.
The biggest influx of our city is Trinidad and it is the home region of University, University of Otago (1869) and Otago Polytechnic. The student's population is high: According to the 2006 census, the average being 14.2 percent of New Zealand, 21.6 per cent of the population is between 15 and 24 people.
Archeological evidence suggests that humans in New Zealand (Maori) were the first in size between 1250 and 1300, whose population was considerably higher on the shore of the south east. There's a cachet space between the Otago Hades about the same time. Now there are many ancient (modern) places where duanedin is, of which many were especially big in the fourteenth century and they had a permanent grave. Population drove once again, with the growth of the ancient culture it had been observed, and around 1650 (ā head of Taiyaroa) a lot of demolished colonies, particularly dukera. Today, there was a town in Central Dunedin (Otépoti) where almost 1785 was empty by 1826.
According to the Maori tradition, the first Al-Arian in the region called Tay Rapuai, was the residence of a men named region called Tipua, who is semi-Puranic but considered historic. Vettaha was first introduced and after this in the last round of the 16th century Katim Mamoe and again in the middle of the seventeenth century kai Maori was enged. These currents from immigrants are often exhibited in European narration but modern scholars have expressed suspicion. They were probably migrations from European migrations, which by chance they got into bloodshed.
In the early 1820s, Caika Otargo (settlements around Otago Harbor) was the oldest and largest of the South region.
Lt. James Cook started his campaign from today's Dunedin Shore between 25 February 1770 to 5 March 1770 and named Cape Saunders and Otago on Saddle Hill. He communicated and sealed with the seals in the neighborhood and was due to the advent of sealers during the early part of the 19th century. In the early years of the seal, a quarrel between the striders and the local Maori and an incident on Otago Harbor led the tale of lead to the formation of a leading war between 1810 and 1823, but by that time, William W. Baker shifted to the region in 1815. The permanent European conquest came into being from 1831, when the Wealers established their whaling station in Otago Harbor (modern Otaku). Due to the epidemics, the Mayory population went down considerably. This port was an international whaling port till the end of the 1830s. Johnny Jones founded the first mission station and a farmers settlement at the South Island, in 1840.
In 1844, Thomas Wing's captaincy, Deborah reached the south area to decide one of his wife Lucy and New Zealand's representatives, including others, a Frederick anketketts, the one of her own. After investigating several regions around the east coast of south island, Tocket chose to proceed with the site known as Dunedin.
In 1848, the Free Church of Scotland, the latter established a major urban, as the Dunedin, for their special settlement. The name originated from Scottish Gaelic in Scotland's capital, Dune of Edinburgh. The city's surveyor Charles Ketal directed the Adenburgh model to simulate an astonishing and production an astonishing "romantic" design. The result was the creation of spectacular and strange roads, because the producers had to suffer much fervor to follow their bold dream with the challenging landscape and sometimes to see failure. William Kargil, a warrior fighting against the Napoleon, was a secular leader. The poet Robert Burns's nephew Rev. Thomas Burnes was a teacher on a spiritual guide.
From the whole part of Dunedin New Zealand in 1852 to the southern part of Vaitaki, Otago became the capital of the province. With the discovery of gold on the Gabriels in the street in 1861, the population began to rise rapidly and 1865 increased to reach of population as first city in New Zealand. And many Irish people belonging to people in New York including Italian, French, German, Jews and Chinese. Dunedin Saudran Cemetery was established in 1858 and Danedin Northern Cemetery in 1872.
duanedin and industrial and integrated area and man south line brought the city to the Crown Church in 1878 and to Inverkargil in 1879. The oldest university University of New Zealand was installed in Dunedin 1869. Otago Girls High School was established in 1871. Dunedin cable Tram was home from 1881 to 1957, which was one of these first and last systems in the world. In the early 1880s, a great national industry began after the emergence of the beef industry that was started on the 1882, on the eve of the major phase.
After ten years of gold's rush the economy slowed down but many thousand people turned into a radar and form of the July 1880s by a re-emergence and evolution plan of again. This first phase of prosperity created many institutions and occupations, including the first daily newspaper of New Zealand, Art School, Medical School and Public Art Gallery Dunedin Public Art Gallery. There was an opportunity to flourish an architectural industry that had built several important, beautiful buildings. R. A. First, the First Church of Otago and Knox Church, the southernmost notably the case of Maxwell and F. W. The Patrays are also famous. W. M. Other visual art developed under the leadership of Hogkins. It was clear that George O'Brien (1821-1888) saw the city's landscape and flourishing and the city scene. The economy revived from the mid-1890s. Many of the earlier institutions like Otago Settlers Museum and Hokken Collections were founded which were earlier institutes in New Zealand. Many of the remarkable buildings were taken up at the railway station and Olvestan. G. P. The scene art of nerly displayed by Nerly fell out with the career of new energy Francis Hogkins.
Early modern era
It was the 19th century when Dunedien was the country's largest city to Dune. The effect and movement moved on to the north to other centers ("Northern Bahrain"), and this continued for long during the next century. Yet the university expansion continued and student quarter started going. At the same time people began to focus on the elegant and the elegant buildings. H. The writers like McCarmik outed his outward outlook. It was in the 1930s and M during the early 1940s. T A new generation of artists like Tos, Wolston, Doris Lusk, Anne Hamblet, Colin McKawan and Patrick Hemon once again demonstrated the best talent of the country. But in World War II, James of a Central City Studio. The blogger, a young poet, was an extension of the painter before I met McKahon.
Many big companies were set up in Dunedin, many of which became the national leading. These included the Fletcher constructions, a company established by Sir James Fletcher in the beginning of the 20th century. The Campathorn Prosecutor which was established in Staford Street in 1879 was the country's largest fertilizer and Drug Manufacturer Company in 100 years. Later on, a province of Fissure and Pyquel in Australia usually comes in for interest. E. South Dunedin, like a Iron Founder and Assistant Equator Company, was known as Shakeela. A Metalworking and Nal Manufacturer Company, also a leading company named Mattheven. Mousgil Woolens was another Victorian Dune Foundation. The halensetting was a name used in a modest dialect for a male textile manufacturer and a national retail series, while DIC and Arthur Barnet dividing stores were the first a nation-wide installation. Kaushal, Somavil Wilki - Later the Whitecoes Group - was born in Dunedin in the nineteenth century. There were also companies as such as the National Motguez & Agency Company, Rat Stephen Jones Limited, Union Steimship Company and National Insurance Company, as well as the Standard Insurance Company, whose existence was in the twentieth century.
Evolution After War
After the Second World War, the prosperity and population growth revived as new but Dunedin only got the status of "fourth". A generation that responded to Victim Support against Victim Support started to demolish its buildings, culminating in many buildings, notwithstanding the stock exchange of William Mason 1969. (Dunedin Stock Exchange Building) Though the university has continued to expand, the city's population increased and was subsequently reduced to 1976 to 1981. This was a lifelong time when the university's new private-rich art Fellowship captured veterans such as James's Bbakster, Ralph Hortere, Jeanette, Jeanne Frame and Hubris J.
The 1980s witnessed the popular musical scene of Dunedin when the functions like The Chiles, the Clean, the Verlens and Streetjet Fits were given national and international recognition. The word "Dunedin Sound" was created to reflect the 70s that have impressed you, and the music led by the guitar in the 1960s. Even today, band and musicians play music in many styles.
POPULATION WAS STOPPED BY 1990 AND DUNEDIN WAS RECOGNIZED AS A HERITAGE CITY WHEN ITS MAIN STREETS WERE TAKEN INTO THE VICTORIAN STYLE AND R IN OCTAGAN. A. The Municipal Chambers of Lausan were thoroughly reconstructed. The city was regarded as a Center of Excellence in the field of Trinamool Education and Research. the university and policeman flourished. The reconstruction of Art Gallery Railway Station and Otago Settlers Museum is still being oriented in favor of rehabilitation.
The city's population is 124,800 (June 2010 estimate) and is the seventh largest urban area in New Zealand.
Developing many major industries in the city including engineering, software engineering, bio-technology, and fashion. Its performance in the port of immunization on Otago Harbor is disposed of deep water. It also gets the service of one brand line railway, called the Port Chamber, which goes on to the door-line in from the south of the christchurch to Inverkargil.
The visual of the city is decorated by Victorian and adwardian architecture, which is a heritage of the city's gold race. designed by many of the most renowned architects of New Zealand, including the First Church, Otago Boys' High School and larnach Castle, etc., A. created by Lawson. The other major buildings include the Olveston and Dunedin railway station. Baldwin Street, the most straight shield road in other strange or memorable buildings; Captain Coke was a drunken cook; The Cadbury Chowklate Factory (Cadbury World); And local pates include wine blast.
Dunedin is also a center of environmental tourism. The world's only mainstream Royal Albatore Colony and many penguin and seil Colleges are located within the city's borders in the Otago peninsula. The Sancter is situated at the West of Lake Vahola in the south.
The Altitude Third-Third Student Combined A Living Young Culture (Non Students Call "Skarphies") Including The Previous Mp Music Scene And The Fast-Increasing Bright Industry. In a community like dunedin and its surrounding areas, it is not surprising that of a small picture of group of communities like Port Chelers and Otago Harbor.
In Dunedin, the game needs to be played by Flyt Rougbee and Cricket Ground, a new soccer named Caledonian Ground near the University in Loghan Park, and Athletics Stadium, a large indoor sports center, a university-Owel Cricket Ground, dun Ice Stadium and many golf courses. To the south of the city, a Horsressing circuit named Forbari Park and a distance of many other circuits within a distance of a kilometer. There is a well-accepted surfing site between Saint Claire and there is a popular site for Harbor Basin Windeserners and Caucaseholders. There are four public swimming pools in duanadin: Moana Pool, Port Chamber Pool, Mosgil and St Claire Salt Water Pool.
The land area of Dune city is 3,314.8 sq km (1,279.9 sq mile), less than the U.S. state, rhode Island or English County Cambridge, and it is even smarter than the Cornwall. On November 1, 2010, it was the biggest city of New Zealand till the creation of 5,600 KM 2 (6.0) and till the Oakland council. The border of Dune-shahr in the west, Michelle March after 1989, extending to the Pacific Ocean to the North and the West, the Vaishnary River and the Hanelle Nagar in the south-west.
London to 19,100 KM (over 11,870 miles) (90 km from the Invercargil) and 100 km in comparison with the Crown Church (62 miles) and 18,200 km from Berlin (11,31). Dunedin located around 40 miles) is the most remote city in the world. Its tracts are located at a distance of 300 kilometers from the city of A Spaniard, near 190 miles.
Otago Harbor's head area is situated on the heart of the city on the west. Here is the octagon which was once a dark ditch filled the middle of the nineteenth century where we have plaza today. To the other side of the city, settling to the south was a huge rocky area which had to cut open the road to facilitate the differences in ways of the settlement. The central city is extending considerably from the location in the north-south east west to the front home of The Oktagon road and Princess Street. Here they are connected with Dunedin Railway Station in the south east to the region called Roslyn which climbed on to the north east, to the region of a predilection that rose in the street. Many of the dissignificant buildings of the city are located in the inner hills of the lower hills, including Maori Hill, Pine Hill and Mills, about 200 meters (660 feet) in the southern part of this region and in the central city (much of these hills, including Maori Hill, Pine Hill and My Hill).
Dunedin is the home of Baldwin Street, which according to the Guinness Book of Records, is the world's largest road. Its shield is 1 in 2.9. For a long time, my Hill Cables in Car Path, its monington Depot has the same shield.
Inside the hill areas outlined the hills, especially with the outskirts of Dunedin outside the north-east. This directive includes Taieri Road and Thrii Mile Hill in which floating Plains has developed. The modern Highway 1 pursues a different route through the outskirts of the Kashmir and the Saddle Hill in the West. Between Saddle Hill and Cavalry are the outer city of Green Island and Abbotford. Between Green Island and Roslin, the converted valley with a vertical succession in the center of the Kakorai stream is located which today is a residential and light industry. Till quite a large extent, the suburban areas that are considered different from one side to another, are at both ends of Otago Harbor. One of them is well-known for Port Chelers, located at the opposite direction of the Portgo coast, the island coast and Candidates, and Harbor. Port Chambers also offer facilities for port with deep water for feeding.
On the horizon of Dunedin, a volcanic deposit form has been formed of the hills (traditional seven). Mount Kargil (700 m. or 2,300 feet) of themFlagstaff (680 m. or 2,230 feet)), Saddle Hill (480 m or 1,570 feet)Signal Hill (390 m or 1,280 feet)And Harbor Cone (320 m or 1,050 feet)) are remarkable.
The inner half of Dunedin city has many forms of kind. On the south, the Tairi river to the south, and its major tributary river, is situated in the Diary Plains of a long area of floods. This is a densely populous area and includes a town named Mosgil, former swimming and elattan. They are 300 meters (980 feet) high above the shores by a range of low hills. The inner part of the swimming plane is the Ubhal hill region. nevertheless, most of the areas close to the ground-neatore and flake-manhirangi and the areas around the Silverpex range in the northwest of Dunedin urban areas are filled with forests. Also, the area would dry up in advance, but later in the field of grass and crossings the area. The well-known northern northwest of Dunedin lies a high elaborate valley Australith-rai located which is situated in MidelMarch town, one of the low-population cities.
To the north of the city's town, the boundary is situated on a hill state with a number of small-scale towns including wetati, warrington, sikkleif and Vacuity. Here in Highway 1 there are many hills, especially in the way through The Killmog. The hills may be considered a coastal extension of the Silverpex range.
To the east of Dunedin the city of Otago is the whole land of the island and is just like a long finger which was formed for the south of the volcano. There are near many colonies at the shore of the port and most of it is maintained by the Otago Peninsula. The peninsula includes many beautiful differences, and is the home of many rare species like Penguin, Seal and Shaga. Most significantly, the world's only major soil of Royal Alberto Reproductive colony is at Tairaah's head in the north-eastern peninsula.
List of suburbs
(Clockwise, starting on north side)
Woodhog; glelyth; Lith Valley; Dolmore Liberton; Pine Hill; Normamanby; Mount Mera; North East Wally; Obomoea; Dunedin North; Ravensurn; Highcliffe Sheel Hill; Charis; Wavelly; Volkshall; Ocean Grove (Tomb); Tanui; Anderson's Bay; musselberg; South Dunedin; Saint Kilda; St Claire; corstorphin; Kew; Forbari; The Caesam; Concord; Maryhil; Kemur; Mornington; the camorai valley; City Rise; Bellenos; Roslin, Otago; the cacography; RECRUITING; Mory Hill.
(Clockwise, starting on north side)
Burqas; Saint Leonardes; Broad Bay; Company Bay; Mackendru Bay; Burnside; green island; The Waldronville? Saddle Hill; Sunnyvale; Fairfield; Abbotford; Bradford; Brockville; Hafway Bush; Hello.
City within urban border
(Clockwise, starting on north side)
Wytology Waikuait; karritten; Ccliffe; Warrington; Antiquarian; Long Between; Eramona; Deborah Bay; Cars Bay: Port Chamers; Sears Bay; Roseneth; Otaku; Portobello; Britton; Tyree Mouth; HENLE; LANTON; premature sailor; Mona; Oterm; Mausgil; West swimming; yapori MidMarch; Hyde.
They have become suburbs from the post of the 1980s to the Reformation of the local council, but are generally not recognized as such.
Generally, there is an impassioned climate of dunanedin, though it is believed that many climate is found in the city, and to a large extent, the city's topography is seen to differ greatly in its suburbs in the monastery of its suburbs.[Please add quotes] as its nearest to the ocean, it has changed much. Because of this, there is a lot of heat and winter throughout summer. Winter weather can be borne, but not sufficient barbari is unusual (maybe every two or three years), but the international hill-city, like Hafway Bush and Vakari, an exception is the only exception of snowing, which, for a few days, is repeated. During this spring season, four different seasons can be found; but from November to April it is generally settled and light. Temperatures during summer 30 degree. He can reach (86 degree Fahrenheit).
There is comparatively less rain in Dunedin than many cities in New Zealand, where only 750 millimeters (30 inches) is registered every year. In spite of this truth, it is perhaps because of the rain due to the Memoirs that are due here, many people consider it as a name town (that is often heavily rain due to don't worry over others in North America, like Okland and Wellington). Dunedin is one of the biggest clouds in the country where the bright sunshine is about 1650 hours a year. The city winds come from two directions, and the cold winds turn into the north-east winds. The hot-dry Western winds also are reported to be foahan winds from the north-west. The region around the terrorist city is protecting the terrorists of a much of Otago season, as a result of which the weather in the main urban area is totally different from the rest of Otago.
The subcontinental climate is found in the inner part of the city's heart where the winter season is cold and dry weather and warm. In the winter season, the coceans which cool the ground in the upper part of the river Terry in the middle of the summer season are common. It is often 30 C in the summer season.
|Climate Dun edin|
|Average High temperature degree C||18.9 |
|Daily Mean Temperature C||15.2 |
|Average Low Temperature C||11.5 |
|Average Varsha inches Mm||72 |
|Average Treasure (≥ 1mm)||10||8||10||9||11||10||11||11||10||11||11||12||124|
|Average relative argument (%)||73.1||77.0||76.3||77.2||78.0||79.0||80.2||78.1||74.2||71.8||71.4||73.1||75.8|
|Hours of the median month sun||178||153||140||121||100||86||101||114||129||147||161||169||1,585|
|Source: %s NI WA CliFlo data Musselpgh|
Unlike the entire population in New Zealand, duplicate students in the demographics, many a point about the most patriotic student population in the city show signs of New Zealand's educational area. These symptoms include a high number of women under average, less than 25 years of age, greater number of people under European and Asian stray and less than the population of Maori and Pacific archies, a large unemployment, low average income, and a large number of people with school and school-qualification.
According to the 2006 census, the residential population of Dunedin was 118,683, which was 4,341 or 3.8 per cent higher than 2001. The city had 45,072 occupying houses and 3,615 vacant houses and 240 residential houses.
On a national level, 48.8% of the city's total residential population had 56,931 (48.0%) male and 51.2% women at the national level 61,752 (52.0%) women. The average age of town was 35.0 years, the national average age was 35.9 years younger. Over 13.4% of the population in 13.4%, in comparison with 12.3% at the national level, included 16.8% (aged 15) or over 65%, and 21.5% at the national level, as compared with 16.8%. Due to large Trinamool education, 15 to 24 year olds were around 21.6% in the city's residential population.
Residents living in Dunedin (national level statistics are given in brackets) 8.7% European (67.6%), 6.4% Maori (14.7%), 5.3% Asian (9.2%), 2.2% Pacific Islands (6.9%), 0.7% East/Latin American/African (0.9%), 13.3% %1% 'NewLandlord' (11.1%) and 0.04% others (0.04%) are included.
The unemployment rate of Dunedin is 6.1% compared to 5.1% at the national level, including 15 and older people. The average annual income of 15 and more people was $19,400 at the national level as compared with $24,400 at the national level. On a national level, 51.2% of them earns less than $20,000 while $13.4% (at a national level) than $50,000 (18.0%).
There is a multi-storeyed art gallery named Dunedin Public Art Gallery in Dunedin. The city has many other galleries (many of which are located on the south of Oktagan south of the Princess Street, Moray Place and Rays Street). The city also has many experimental art centers, with the blue oistor gallery of Moray Place, mentions it.
With Dunedin, it was full-of remarkable artists like Ralph Holtere, Francis Hogkins, Graham Sydney and Jeffrey Harris.
Dunedin holds the most distant southern professional theater of the world, along with Fortune Theater, of Oktagen. Relatively small teachers of Dunedin include globe theater, Mferre theater, and Playhouse theater.
Dunedin is a regular place for ballet and Dance companies, and has a regular share of its own Dance Studio Rasa School of Dance Edward Court.
Dunedin is the home of many singers. These include:
- The City of Dunedin Quadin with 140 members is a large mass-consuming artist each of its own. Saudarna Consort of Voices regularly has a small singer group singing.
- The Richard Madane-sponsored Royal Dunedin Mail Kwyer held a year offers their own program for two music programs, a group called Dunedin RAS A Quier, regularly shows music programs.
- The only women with Dunedin Harmoni Singers are an important part of a community duanedin culture.
- Marama Hall's grandson, Marma Hall at the University is the chief singer who is a member of Cair Duonedin. Many of those schools in Dunedin have artiste manuals which include more than one of them as singers. The remarkable school singer team includes the Secretary of State for the Party, the Balamedine International School, an Octaven International School Special Cair, Otago Boys'High School, baroque and St. Hildas College's Hospital, and clearly Camoutward Corners.
- A young singer has a musical comrade like one of the most important ones, one which is a most important singer, like the ChairTable Kotharam Phoirfe.
- The University of Otago is the house of three official singer mandapas with Gaya Mandali (Nocks and Selvin) and a travel singer mandli.
- Many dunedian churches and synagogues are also singer rooms. The two singers, a Catholic Catholic Catholic Church, belonging to the Catholic Church, are selling divers from the dealer in equal dealer. A large singer who has been blended to young adults and children's "Church of Cyclois" the Home Norx Church; a small regional singer in Roslin's case with a composite gender, the house of St. John's Church; And an adult singer who has a mixed linga with a pair of male and female singers will include St Paul's Anglo-Cathedral.
Instrumental and classical music groups
Southern Cincinnafonia is a dune-based semi-professional orchestra. Other instrumental music groups include the initial music group of Rare boards, colleges orchestra and Dunedin Youth orchestra. Many schools have orchestra and band. There are three Bras bands in Dunedin: St. Kilda Bras, Kaikorai Bras and Mousgil Bras. Otago simulator band and the City of Dunedin pipe bands are also an important dunedin music group. City of Dunedin Jazz Orchestra and Triple Century Zimbe! have uncapitcontents.
The name Dunedin' originated from a duonedin sound, which was an Indian rock music built in the city of 1980s. There was at that time a suitable land for Dunedin bands, many of which recorded in the Crown church-based flying non-records label. Among the bandes attached to the doonedin, are the further involved with The Chillies, the Crickin, the Bets, the Feet's Feet ings and Straits Feet Feet Fights, all of which wanted all of them in New Zealand and in Europe's Radio Market.
Dunedin City Council (DCC) The Council of Danedin regates and manages the territorial authority of the city. It is made up of a elected mayor, a Deputy Mayor (Sub-Mayor) / Councilor (Councilor) and 13 additional councilors. His election is held under the Single Transferable vote system, which is prevalent in the early years. The most recent election took place on 9th October 2010, and the next election will be due on October 12, 2013.
The list of members of the present council is thus till October 9, 2010:
|Councilor Central Ward||Bill Eclin |
|Councilor: Monsgil-Tairi Ward||Sid Brown |
|Councilor - Wakearness Coast-Chelers Award||Andrew Noon|
Two General constituencies of Dunedin: Dunedin North and Dunedin are in spinning of South and a Maori constituency.
The 2008 general election involving durainedin North and Danedin South, the opposition Labor Party MP on both sides of the Opposition Labor Party has been under the control of which Pet Hogson Dunedin North and the Clair Kurnan Dune South is presenting. The Philrecently Maori Party has been disposed of at Tonga at Tai, which is covered by the boundary at the ring of the West Island and North Island, to cover parts of the country with regard to which the displaced Congress.
Dunedin addition to MPs in constituency with four listed members: Michael Woodhouse of the Sasi National Party, the Labor Party's David Parker, Hillary Calwart of Elephant and Co-Neightwerie Towri has a home which belongs to Michael Woodhouse of the Labor Party.
The leading daily newspaper, Otago, is the Daily Times, which is also one of the oldest daily news and Alyde press groups in the country. Weekly and weekly news papers include The Star, Terry Herald, D-Sin,F*IK.E.'sKlein, students magazine,Fogo, and Baro'OtagicTechnique.
The city receives a service of all major national radio and television stations where the area of public television from Mount Kargil in the north of the city is broadened. Local radio stations includes radio dunedin, community radio station Toroa Rowa Radio (1st rolling Aim) and university radio stations radio station radio forest. A local television station channel in town is 9 then a part of Alyde Press.
This is the home of many leading building companies related to the city media, full of NATURAL History, New Zealand and TELORMED media.
The city was once known as radio Otago's leading offices, which is now known as radioworth and which is located in Auckland. This was also the home of many now inert newspapers, including Otago Witness and Evening Star, where it was among star heads.
- Also see: Public transport in Dun edin
Dunedin urban areas have two highways' service and at the same time other parts of the district have two highways and a tourism line. DUNEDIN'S MAJOR HIGHWAY IS HIGHWAY 1, PASSING THROUGH THE CITY ON THE NORTH TO THE SOUTH-WEST, AND CONNECTS DUNEDIN FROM INVARKARGill TO THE SOUTH AND CHRYCHURCHURCH IN THE NORTH. There is 11 m long dun sauddin Motorway between The Oval and Mousgil. Highway 86, on June 1, is connected with highway 85 (re-adding) highway 1 to the Dunedin International Airport in Kinnandon 16, highway 85 to old highway 85 in Queens March, and Union Dune is used to serve the interior state in the city, which includes highway 87 and port centers. In case of a tourism-connecting duanadin through duandein the catalinus, inverkargil and fiordland, the north-east urmis of sarun senic root.
In the dunedin, buses are arranged by the Otago Regional Council, under the Gobus Brond. Throughout the city there are 17 week day routes and 13 weeks of night/ weekends/ weekends day (59 buses) Buses are controlled by two operators: An operator owned by a Dune City Council may be Citibank (route 10/11) and private intercarriage (7/2 route). In addition, there is a week-day loop service carried out by the Monsill Coach Services in Monsill.
There is also the main railway station in the town of Dunedin Railway Station, Ottagan. In a city which has been the busiest of all parts of the country, the railway service has been observed in the aggregate even with the withdrawal of most services in the past few years. Under 1982, the upcountry services closed, and the last regular commercial passenger train, who served Dunedin, was canceled by The Saudner in February 2002. The most common transport required by Philrecently Taieri Gorge in the station is the most important of all the major transport services that are conducted daily with the East Taieri Goz and a famous train daily operating with the Otago Central Railway Company. One of the units of pallmerston, one day by the swimming Gorge railways, is also operated by the railways. It is also taken for the station-time by other heritage railway societies, through travel and by trading vessels hired by sea tourist ships in Port Chambers.
There is Dune International Airport which is on Terry Plans in Mona situated 30 Km in the South West. It is located at a distance of 30 km (98,425.20 feet). This airport only depends on a terminal and 1,900-m (6,200 ft) long runway, and it's the third largest busy airport in South Island after the Christchurch and Queensland. It is being used primarily for domestic flights, as well as regular flights of up at Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Rotorua and Palmerston North and Meldons in North and in Queenstown, Vanaca and Faiyordland, but only those of international fissues are filled out of Bridsbow and Meldney in the year. After coming from the 6th and going there are also national flights. In recent years, lower international flights of South African countries are responsible for the decline in international travelers. It was in the last phase of the 19th century and in the early part of the 20th century the docks and portobello. A non-profit organization called Otago Pharez Inc., was set up to restore one of its basic wounds and to re-use it for the purpose.
In 1866, a bridge between Port Chalers and Portobello was planned to make it but this impressive plan, which was designed 1140 m long to build the structure was never to be finalized. In the 1870s, a rig named "Corps" was planned to open a canal between the Pacific Coasts and the Gulf of Anderson. This plan was never carried out.
- January - White Flat Fok Festival Termination
- JANUARY - Southern Festival OF classicroadrace
- February - New Zealand Open Games (bilingual)
- February - Otago University Students Association and Otago Polytonic Orientation Week
- February - Dunedin Summer Festival
- March - French Festival
- March-and Dunedin Fashion Show (2010 Plan to Start)
- May - Capping Week (Otago University) including Camping Show of the University of Otago
- May - Otago Rally
- May - Reg Theater 24-Hour Book Cell (Respudli The Southeast Hampeers Larjest Regularly Next-Hand Book Cell)
- July - New Zealand International Science Festival (Each Other Year)
- July - Test Otago Dunedin Food and Wine Festival
- July - Cadbury Chocolate Carnivel
- July - Dunedin International Film Festival
- August/September the Germany Play at Otago University
- August/September - [Unddy 500]
- October - Otago Festival of the Arts - Every second year (in years)
- October-Roaddendron Week
- December - Seemtalk Music Festival
- December-Santa Parade
- December - Vhari Flat Fouk Festival Start
- December - New Year Ave Party Oktagan
Events in the past
- 1865 - New Zealand Agencies (1865)
- 1889 - New Zealand and South Seigencies (1889)
- 1898 - Otago Jubilee Industries Association (1898)
- 1925 - New Zealand and South Asia's International Association (1925)
Famous building and venue
- Dunedin railway station
- Dunedin Town Hall
- Larnach Castle
- Cargillus Castle
- Cadbury World
- Speats Brewery
- Otago Registry University
- Otago Cocktaver Complex University
- Regent Theater
- Fortune Theater
- Municipal Chambers
- Allide Press Building
- Dunedin Public Hospital
- Meridian Mall
Museum, Art Gallery and Library
- Otago Museum
- Otago Setalers Museum
- Dunedin Public Art Gallery
- Dunedin Public Library
- Hoken Library
- All Saints Church
- Church of Jesus Christ of Greater One-Day Saints
- First Church
- the Hannovar Street Baptist Church
- Cakorai Presbitterian Church
- Cnox Church
- St. Joseph's Cathedral
- St. Paul Cathedréll
- Trinity Weslean church — now formon Theater
- Botanical Garden
- Dunedin Chinese Garden
Place of education
- University of Otago
- Otago Polytechnic
- Oraki Polytechnic
- Dunedin College of Education
- Also see: List of rivers in the Otago Region#Dun edin_City
- Befeld High School
- Otago Boys' High School
- Otago Girls' High School
- Columba College
- Saint. Hilda College
- John McGlaan College
- Kavana College
- Logan Park High School
- Kaikorai Valley College
- Kings High School
- Queens High School
- Terry College
- Highlanders - Super 14 rugby union team (Otago and Southland regions)
- Otago Rugby Football Union - Air Newzealand Cup rugby Union team
- Otago Wolts and Otago Sparks - Men and women's cricket team
- Southern Steel - Enzade Championship Netball Team (Otago and Southland Netball: In Invercargil)
- Otago United - New Zealand Football Championship Association football team
- Otago Nagets - National Basketball League Team
- Dunedin Thunder - New Zealand Ice Hockey League Team
- Cavalsham AFC - Soccer League Team
- Masgil AFC - SokarSouth Premier League Team
- Caledonian Ground
- Caribbean, the nearest Test Cricket player is known as the ground on the south end of the home
- Dunedin Ice Stadium
- Edgar Center
- Forbari Park
- University Plaza for Forsly Berr Stadium (right now under construction)
- Logan Park
- Moana Pool
- Tonga Park
- Oval University
Twin City - Neighborhood City
Dunedin is linked to many cities around the world. These include:
- Hayard, J. Griffith, G. J. (1980). Disarmor duanedin. Dunedin: John McIndoi ISBN 0-86868-030-3.
- Smoolfield, J. and Hinan, B. (2006) Abve de belt: A History of the Suberb of Maori Hill. Dunedin: Maori Hill History Charitable Trust. ISBN 1-877139-98-X.
- Anderson, Atholl (1983), WhenAll the Moa-Ovens Grew Cold: nine centuries of changing fortune the southern Maori, Dun edin, NZ: Oago tago Books
- Anderson, Ath oll (1998), The Welcome of Strangers: an ethnohistory of southern Maori A.D. 1650-1850, Dun edin, NZ: University of Otpress Dun with City Council, IAS BN 1-87713-41-8 pb Check the value of
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- Anderson, Ath oll; Allingham, Brian; Smith, Ian W G (1996), Shag River Mouth : The archaeology of an southern Maori, Canberra, Australia: Australian National University Check the value of
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- Bathgate, Alexander (ed) (1890), Picturesque Dun edin, Dun edin, NZ: Mills, Dick & Co., OCLC 154535977CS1 Maintenance: File text: authors list
- Beaglehole, J (ed) (1955-67), The Journ of Captain CookJames, London,: The Hakluyt SocietyCS1 Maintenance: File text: authors list
- Begg, A Charles; Begg, Neil hou Colqun (1979), The World of Boultbee: Please provide an account of aling in Australia and New Zealand, churchNZ: Whitcoulls, IAS BPN 0723306044
- Bishop, raham; Hamel, Ant ony (1993), from sea silver sea, Dun edin: John McIndoe, IAS BN 0-86868-149-0
- Collins, Roger; Entwisle, Peter 1986, PavDun Idi's Vision of Colon New Zealand, edin, NZ: Dun edin Public Art Gallery, ISBN 0-9597758-1-1 Check the value of
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- DAN, SWEINE; Peat, nille (1989), Dun edin, North and South Otago, Wellington: GP Books, IAS BN 0-477-01438-0
- Dun, Michael (2005), Nerli Italian in the SouthPain Tarar in the South region, Auckland University Press., IBS 1-86940-335-5
- Entwisle, Peter, William mathew Hodgkins & his, CircleDun, NZ: Dun edin Public Art Gallery, IASBn 0-473-00263-0 Check the value of
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- Entwisle, Peter, the Moon Beholdthe Occupation of the Dun edin District 1770-1848,Dun edin, NZ: Port Daniel Press., IASB N 0-473-05591-0
- Entwisle, Peter, Taka, a William Life Taka, a Commette of Tucker 1784-1817, Dun edin, NZ: Port Daniel Press., IASB N 0-473-10098-3
- Entwisle, Peter. Dun n,Michael; Collins, Roger (1988), Nerli An Exhibition of Pain & Dingstings, Dun edin, NZ: Dun edin Public Art Gallery, IASB Ann 0-9597758-4-6
- Hamel, J (2001), The Archaeology of Otago, Wellington, NZ: Department of Conserv, ISBN 0-478-22016-2
- Hayward, Paul (1998), Dun Intriguing Street, Walks, Dun edin, NZ: Express Office Services
- Hocken, Thomas Moreland (1898), Contributions to the Early History of Otago, London, UK: SampsonLow, Marston and Company, OCLC 3804372
- McCormick, E (1954), The Expatriate, a y of Frhodgkins, Wellington, NZ: New Zealand University Press., OCLC 6276263
- McCormick, E H (1959), etch Inland Eye, a Skin Visual Oobiography, Auckland, NZ: Auckland Gallery Associates, OCLC 11777388
- McDonald C (1965), City of Dun edin, a Century of Civic Enterprise, Dun edin, NZ: Dun edin City Corporation, OCLC 10563910
- McLintock, A H (1949), The History of Otago; the orig and growth of a Wakefield class settlement, Dun edin, NZ: Oago Histor Center through Publications, OCLC 154645934
- McLintock, A H (1951), The Port of Otago, Dun edin, NZ: Oago Harbour Board
- Morrell, W P (1969), The University of Otago, a Center History, Dun edin, NZ: University of Otpress., OCLC 71676
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