City hunt for drug kingpin

City hunt for drug kingpin

A Methamphetamine  kingpin who fled authorities is being hunted in Dunedin.

Driving test gets ugly

Driving test gets ugly

A 70-year-old driving test officer was allegedly punched by a Dunedin man who had just failed a driving test.

Mosgiel community eager for pool and to help pay for it

Mosgiel community eager for pool and to help pay for it

The ''fuse has been lit'' to build a $15million Taieri Aquatic Facility at Memorial Park in Mosgiel, the chairman of the trust behind it says.

Dunedin

Saddle Hill: still serious issues

Saddle Hill: still serious issues

The future of Saddle Hill looks uncertain, with bickering between the Dunedin City Council and Saddle Views Estate Ltd showing no sign of abating.

Snowfalls unexpected hurdle for skifield project

Snowfalls unexpected hurdle for skifield project

Unusually high snowfalls have made November a tough month for contractors working on a new base building at The Remarkables ski area.

Keen to engage with staff, farmers

Keen to engage with staff, farmers

When Keith Cooper's surprise resignation as chief executive of Silver Fern Farms was announced last month, his successor's name was unfamiliar to many. Agribusiness reporter Sally Rae meets Dean Hamilton, the man taking the helm of the billion-dollar business.

China-NZ relations go 'deeper' than trade

China-NZ relations go 'deeper' than trade

Xi Jinping, the President of China, has received a 21-gun salute at Government House in Wellington.

Failure of 'cold chain' behind vaccine failure

The failure of some scabby mouth vaccines in the South could be due to 'cold chain' failure during transportation of the vaccine, Clutha Vets veterinarian John Smart says.

4 Killed in Florida University shooting

4 Killed in Florida University shooting

The gunman who shot and wounded three people at a Florida State University was an alumnus who used a semi-automatic handgun as he opened up fire in a library where hundreds of students were studying for exams, officials said.

School turned blind eye to abuse: witness

The sexual abuse of boys at an elite Hobart school in the 1960s was common knowledge but attempts to raise the alarm were stifled, a national royal commission has been told.

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