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  Reply # 1126626 11-Sep-2014 16:16
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Didnt mention Outram. :(




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  Reply # 1126631 11-Sep-2014 16:28
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The reporter sent an email to NZtimbo in Outram, inviting them to comment on the article (as they were the true winners) but by the time NZTimbo could load his email inbox, his email service was deactivated due to inactivity.



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  Reply # 1126868 11-Sep-2014 23:11
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Thanks, made me giggle...

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  Reply # 1126914 12-Sep-2014 08:09
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I live in Mosgiel, Outram is close.
Dunedin is 'ok' but I think Wellington is nicer. 

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  Reply # 1127044 12-Sep-2014 09:57
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Whilst I would agree the Otago Peninsular is very beautiful, Dunedin itself would not qualify for that description IMV.

Reminds me of some Red Brick university town in the UK like Leicester - all grotty pubs promoting cheap booze and suburbs full of run down, untidy houses with piles of beer bottles outside!





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