A forecast of rain did not deter the more than 2000 people
who attended the Anzac Day dawn service at Dunedin's Queens
Gardens this morning.
Dunedin septuagenarian has returned from the bush armed with
what he believes is a vital piece of evidence that proves
moose are still roaming Fiordland.
A surfer was winched to safety after he was swept away from a
beach and on to rocks during a surfing competition yesterday.
The undead - including a Labour MP - shuffled vacant-eyed
through South Dunedin yesterday.
Four elderly occupants were left shaken but uninjured after a
runaway driveshaft crashed into their vehicle on State
Highway 1 near Balclutha on Tuesday night.
A Milton firefighter fought the fire that destroyed an
unoccupied relocatable house in a Milton yard yesterday.
An American tourist, who nearly sparked a full-scale search
and rescue operation yesterday morning, managed to walk out
of the bush and hitchhike home.
A rural Dunedin pony club, which received a pokie grant of
nearly half a million dollars last year, has rejected
allegations it acted as a front for racing interests.
A vehicle belonging to one of three men accused of murder was
gutted by fire in Dunedin on Saturday morning, and police are
appealing for witnesses.
Fifteen vehicles written off and more than $2 million in
damage put a small dent in the 3000-strong police vehicle
fleet last year.
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