An arts project by a 21-year-old Otago Polytechnic student,
sparked a major bomb scare in Dunedin yesterday - the second
scare in as many days.
Police raided and seized a Dunedin gang house yesterday - one
of only two seizures of its kind in the country - and are
warning other gangs they could be next.
David Bain, in his quest for compensation, runs the risk of
being reconvicted in the court of public opinion, a law
Police have drinking duck-shooters in their sights, and warn
they will be targeting anyone who consumes alcohol around
Factors contributing to death and injury from using quad
bikes have been specifically identified by University of
As travellers scramble to rearrange flights because of a
volcanic ash cloud shrouding much of Europe, a Dunedin-based
volcanologist is offering some free travel advice - don't
Organic gardening, constructing septic tanks, refurbishing
photocopiers and printing business cards are just some of the
business enterprises operated out of New Zealand prisons.
They have seen the billboards, heard the advertising
campaigns and, this week, a Shanghai-based couple had the
opportunity to experience New Zealand first hand.
She sang about a funny face, but she has her serious face
on now and her hat in the ring contesting the Invercargill
mayoralty. Hamish McNeilly talks to Suzanne Prentice.
An ambulance was called at 8.45pm to Magdala St, Tainui
following reports a 38-year-old woman had been stabbed in the
head, torso and leg.
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