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    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/ar...868272&ref=rss

    The number of revellers at Dunedin's annual Hyde St keg party is set to be curtailed, as stakeholders try to minimise the impact of the all-day drink-fest.
    At its peak an estimated 5000 people attended last year's party, which featured 15 arrests, a roof collapse from being overloaded with partygoers, and 80 people requiring treatment by St John.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maccachic View Post
    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/ar...868272&ref=rss

    The number of revellers at Dunedin's annual Hyde St keg party is set to be curtailed, as stakeholders try to minimise the impact of the all-day drink-fest.
    At its peak an estimated 5000 people attended last year's party, which featured 15 arrests, a roof collapse from being overloaded with partygoers, and 80 people requiring treatment by St John.
    yea but those 5000 students are all paying champagne price for beer accommodation

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    Regardless of what they are paying (demand/supply) the majority of students do not treat the places with respect. I have been to these parties (not that long ago).

    Dunedin is known for its student parties and no one is going to change that any time soon. Just take a look at a new build at the end of its first year. Def need to factor in repairs each year.

    The hills would be a better place to look, my rental is easy to fill with quality non student tennants and is only 10 mins out of town.


 

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