Historic Knox Church faces a future without insurance after
being hit with a 300% increase in premiums, and the situation
could be the same for other churches, its minister warns.
One of Dunedin's largest recipients of pokie grants has
declined an invitation to a community meeting on ethical
A threat against the Dunedin staff of an insurance company,
prompted an armed offenders squad (AOS) callout yesterday
He yelled and swore when he first entered Otago Community
Hospice, but a former prisoner left a lasting impression on
the staff who cared for him.
A massive police callout in South Otago sparked by a hoax 111
call, involving allegations of serious child abuse, cost at
The presence of grossly
intoxicated females - including one found partially clothed
and another who bit a policewoman - on Dunedin streets has
A former Special Rigs for Special Kids participant has gone
from the passenger seat to documenting the annual event.
From the great Kiwi barbecue to the science behind beer,
Dunedin's largest Rugby World Cup festival aims to show what
the city offers, to locals and visitors alike.
Campervan companies have slashed prices up to 50% during the
knockout phase of the Rugby World Cup, as they hope for a
case of Advance Australia Fair.
He may have lost five businesses because of the Christchurch
earthquake, but Ronnie Bhogal is definitely not out.
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