My values are Labour values.

I want to help build a stronger, more caring society. I am passionate about Dunedin, and I bring considerable energy and wide experience to the task of representing this electorate.

My diverse work background has given me an understanding of the economic and social levers that can be pulled to achieve meaningful change.

Please read some of the discussions included here. I welcome your comments.

- David Clark

You can't beat Dunedin on a good day vi

Dunedin is pumping. 

Friendly weather and visitors for a World Cup makes for a carnival atmosphere. Often it’s hidden treasures, off the beaten track, that are most fun. 

Last night I dropped into the Regent 24 hour book sale. I took some first-timers – they were impressed.  The layout has changed with the new seating, but there are still plenty of old friends to bump into.  And bargains to be had.

Up early and off to the Farmers’ Market this morning.  This isn’t the first time I’ve raved about the whitebait.

Then we visited the George Street Normal School fair.  Great community event.  Wonderful cultural performance by the kids. Hand decorated cupcakes.  Great banter at the food stalls.  Burger or Bacon Buttie?  We got both.  Dog got the scraps.

A quick photo with all of the ‘Bobs’ at the Bacon Buttie stand.  And then home.  
Over the road there’s a game of touch rugby going on.  Some of my former Selwyn students are taking on some Puma’s fans.  Last weekend, I went to the Fathers’ Day event at the Edgar centre. Annette King and I stopped in on Polyfest too.  There’s always plenty going on in Dunedin…  And the carnival atmosphere adds another dimension.
You can’t beat Dunedin on a good day.


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