Dunedin will be temporarily without a leading naval officer
when Lieutenant-commander Ian Marshall deploys to South Korea
A lifetime of learned discipline is being temporarily
reversed by Dunedin's George Street Normal School pupils, who
are using a commercial vehicle as their painting canvas.
Southern police will be closely monitoring traffic on Otago
roads during Easter, when they expect large numbers of people
to travel throughout the region.
The Otago Corrections Facility is one of New Zealand's
worst-performing prisons and needs improvement, according to
a new Government ranking system.
Otago tourism operators are gearing up for their best chance
at showing off the region's activities, accommodation and
attractions to hundreds of national and international
delegates at Trenz 2013 in Auckland.
Dunedin police were forced to use pepper spray against two
dogs fighting in the middle of Princes St yesterday morning.
in the student quarter is being exacerbated by police and
council intervention, university students and Castle St
residents say, citing a Saturday night incident as a classic
More than 30 tabby cats and kittens are settling into their
new Dunedin homes following a successful Tabby-A-Thon at SPCA
Otago over the weekend.
This year's millinery influence at iD Dunedin Fashion Week
continues to inspire budding hat-makers.
Dunedin musician Lisa Tui performs in the Sanctuary Sirens
concert at Orokonui Ecosanctuary on Saturday afternoon.
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