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2016, have mercy !@$#%^&*

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Thu, 31 Dec 2015 at 10:26 a.m.

Douglas Field Published on Dec 30, 2015
what if 2016 greetings
New Year greetings to Elizabeth and all What if? Dunedin contributors and readers

I’m with Mick, our man Douglas —to All who write, or visit here in great numbers – you roast turkey, raise spirits and make us laugh! Safer in print (yes!) than foisting some troll Guy under the Gods’ establishment.

Wishing You A Very Bright and Distortionate Rug-Pulling 2016

Cheers/Screams/Love to Fawkes
Elizabeth

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What if Dunedin views as at 4.5.15 grey

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RE:SPEAK ‘Considering Dunedin’

Updated post Fri, Mar 2015 at 2:47 p.m.
RE:SPEAK is no longer online. The text below is full extent of the mention to What if? Dunedin made by Byron Kinnaird on 17.11.10.

Productspec reviews What if? Dunedin… by Byron

Respeak 17.11.10 Productspec Wellington - Byron [respeak.net]

“A vibrant and well-informed blog has emerged from the discussion around Dunedin’s new stadium, with intentions to spread its dialogue wider.

Launched by Paul Le Comte during the development of the Otago Stadium, this blog has now evolved into a frequently updated, and informed (and informative) source of information and news for the far South.

Bringing Elizabeth Kerr in to contribute as well, the site has manifested a crucial context for debate and discussion on the public project, which now sits on Dunedin’s waterfront. Have a look through their archive of posts for an intriguing, and detailed account of the process, as Le Comte says, “when else in our lifetime are we going to see dear old Dunners throw a couple of hundred million dollars at one project, let’s really have a say of some sort.”

Read more at http://respeak.net/articles/considering-dunedin

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Jon Thompson at Wellington maintains @Productspec – New Zealand’s national database of architecture and design products, specifications and CAD details.

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