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Questions remain about building standard in balcony collapse

Dunedin City Council says higher standards would increase building costs.

Chris Hutching
Tue, 05 Apr 2016

Dunedin City Council has been exonerated of any blame in the collapse of a student flat balcony.

The balcony collapsed when overloaded with 17 students watching an outdoor concert – but it has been found to be compliant with the building code.

Dunedin City Council general manager services and

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Chris Hutching
Tue, 05 Apr 2016
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