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8500 at Dunedin Anzac dawn service

8500 at Dunedin Anzac dawn service

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.

Sawmill closes; 79 jobs lost at 3 sites

Sawmill closes; 79 jobs lost at 3 sites

Rosebank Sawmill staff are devastated, out of work and in shock about the facility's closure.

Veterans being put in the picture

Veterans being put in the picture

The faces of those who served during World War 2 are being photographed in an initiative starting in Dunedin today.

Parkour fans get straight to the point

Parkour fans get straight to the point

Dunedin's obstacles are about to be overcome.

Turning fashion industry inside out

Turning fashion industry inside out

Turning clothes inside out today might help save the people who make them.

Men survive 60m plunge in 4WD

Men survive 60m plunge in 4WD

Two Christchurch men are recovering in Dunedin Hospital after being winched from a 4WD vehicle which rolled about 60m down a steep bank in remote country west of Roxburgh yesterday.

Everest expedition cancelled

Everest expedition cancelled

Wanaka firm Adventure Consultants has cancelled its 2014 Everest expedition following Friday's fatal avalanche.

A wing and a prayer

A wing and a prayer

A broken wing could spell the end for a bird, believed to be a royal albatross, found by a Dunedin family on a Catlins beach this week.

Farmers close to rail trail reminded of public presence

Farmers near the Otago Central Rail Trail are being reminded they are in the public eye, following a complaint from a rail trail user about what she thought was the mistreatment of a sheep.

Home front comes alive

Home front comes alive

Dad's Army will visit Mosgiel this month when the Taieri Dramatic Society presents its production of the popular stage show.