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Politicians head to Dunedin

NZ NewswireNZ Newswire 24/07/2016

Labour Leader Andrew Little speaks to members of the public outside an empty state house on July 16. © Getty Images Labour Leader Andrew Little speaks to members of the public outside an empty state house on July 16. Labour leader Andrew Little is heading to Dunedin for the day.

He's one of many politicians heading to the southern city for the Local Government NZ conference.

Mr Little speaks to the conference in the afternoon as does associate Local Government Minister Louise Upston.

In the morning Mr Little is visiting South Dunedin with Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull to promote Labour's Affordable Housing Authority plan.

Dunedin's leaders have called for the government to join the conversation about South Dunedin's future.

A report released by the Otago Regional Council earlier this month said parts of South Dunedin are under the threat of permanent inundation from groundwater because of a sea-level rise.

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