It was a happy St Patrick's Day at the Mornington Tavern last
night for publican David ''Murdoch'' Miskimmin.
A Queenstown rental car manager is pleased others in the
industry have taken his company's lead to prevent carnage on
the country's roads.
Green means go, red means stop, and down certainly means out.
The annual Dunedin Trolley Derby has hit the skids.
Four bodies have been retrieved from the wreckage of a
crashed plane near Wanaka today.
Divers in difficulty sparked a marine search and rescue
The suitcase is packed, and Douglas Clark is ready to go. The
Dunedin man is set to fly to Vanuatu today in his capacity as
a disaster response co-ordinator with the Red Cross.
Bike? Check! Helmet? Check! Sunscreen? Check! Clothes? No!
Firefighters were kept busy attending four
couch fires in the student quarter last night.
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