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  •   Home > News > National > Dunedin

    One of last remaining Dunedin student bars has alcohol licence challenged by neighbour

    One of the last remaining student bars in Dunedin has had its alcohol licence challenged by a neighbouring landlord


    The Otago University Student Association bought the Starters Bar in Clyde Street last year as a way to provide a safe and controlled space for students to drink.

    But a woman who runs two flats bordering the bar says her tenants have found broken glass, vomit and urine outside their flats.

    A district licensing committee hearing on the matter will be held next week.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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