Warrington rocks could be removed soon

Warrington rocks could be removed soon

The Warrington rocks could be gone within days if the Dunedin City Council accepts the findings of independent experts.

World champ survives 300kmh crash

World champ survives 300kmh crash

A world champion driver emerged bruised but otherwise unharmed after his 300kmh hydroplane flipped and crashed on Lake Dunstan yesterday.

Fashion Week's future seems sure

Fashion Week's future seems sure

An iD Dunedin Fashion Week that mostly sold out - despite plenty of competition in the entertainment market - appears to be on track to continue.

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Deadline to resolve bar's capacity problem

Deadline to resolve bar's capacity problem

A Dunedin bar owner in trouble for repeated overcrowding at his inner-city bar has been given a reprieve by the Dunedin district licensing committee.

Search continues for missing tramper

Search continues for missing tramper

Teams of search and rescue volunteers, police and search dogs are still combing the area where a missing tramper was last seen in Mt Aspiring National Park two days ago.

Dunedin tops broadband speed rankings

Dunedin tops broadband speed rankings

Dunedin is being ranked as a ''real broadband powerhouse'' since winning the Gigatown competition last year, according to figures provided to the Otago Daily Times.

Key may have real trouble shrugging off this fiasco

Key may have real trouble shrugging off this fiasco

The day is surely not far away when John Key's gift of the gab will be unable to talk him out of a political quagmire into which he has so needlessly dug himself.

Commodity index down, but wool does well

Commodity index down, but wool does well

The ASB New Zealand commodity index fell last week but lamb, beef and wool prices all posted rises close to 2% in United States dollar terms.

Rush to send aid to quake-stricken Nepal

Rush to send aid to quake-stricken Nepal

International agencies and governments are rushing to send search and rescue teams, doctors and medicines to Nepal where an earthquake has killed more than 2,400 people and left tens of thousands without food, water or shelter.

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