a little sceptical about ''I survived'' books.
is a rare thing for a novel so steeped in history to be
simultaneously relevant to modern-day readers.
Millions of dollars is set to come from a tourism project
supported by the Government.
Dunedin's students may hold the key to increasing tourism in
Sports tourism is taking off and Dunedin is on board,
industry leaders say.
They came in their thousands to ensure names etched in stone
do not fade into the blackness of history.
An 18-year-old assaulted within two months of moving to
Dunedin is seeking help to identify his attackers.
Record crowds at Taieri services honoured the supreme
sacrifices made by the area's servicemen and women, in
acknowledging the devastating impact of war on the community.
An estimated crowd of between 8500 and 9000 people gathered
around the Dunedin Cenotaph in Queens Gardens for this
morning's Anzac Day dawn service.
Rosebank Sawmill staff are devastated, out of work and in
shock about the facility's closure.
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