Boost for restoration of Dunedin Dominican proiry

A new roof for Dunedin’s Dominican Priory, considered one of New Zealand’s most important and at-risk historic buildings, is a big step closer following a $100,000 grant.

Dunedin City Council’s Dunedin Heritage Fund had committed the money from its 2016-17 budget.

The 139-year old priory was built to house the city’s Dominican nuns and provide teaching space for girls. Continue reading

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