Racing clubs must declare their interests in pokies or risk
losing their betting licences, it has been revealed.
From visitors on a "thieving mission" at Dunedin shops to
bored teenagers seeking a thrill, welcome to the dark world
short-haired tabby kitten was found starved and with its ears
trimmed in Waikouaiti last week, bringing to six the number
of mutilated cats found in the town.
Only one Southern local
body, the Invercargill City Council, has bought tickets to
the Rugby World Cup - and Mayor Tim Shadbolt is surprised at
having to pay.
Youth Court principal Judge Andrew Becroft took part
in a controlled purchase of Kronic after first hearing about
the cannabis substitute while in Dunedin last month.
Police have praised the staff of a Dunedin service station,
after they yesterday reported a drink-driver who was
allegedly nearly six times over the legal limit.
Kronic, an over-the-counter cannabis substitute, should be
banned, and stores profiting from the product named and
shamed, opponents say.
Vomiting, drowsiness, chest pain, palpitations and
dissociation from reality are some of the symptoms associated
with synthetic cannabis such as Kronic, a Dunedin-based
Punters have poured more than $53 million into pokies in
southern pubs and clubs over the past year, Internal Affairs
Police have released the image of the man they say held up a
Green Island bank on Tuesday morning, and are appealing for
anyone with information to come forward.
cars for sale
Submit your news & photos - Login or
Opinion? Have your say - Login or Register
event or notice
Add a photo
Make ODT my
Otago Daily Times print and digital edition, The
Star - Dunedin, The News - Central Otago, The
Ensign - Gore, Southland Express -
Invercargill, The Courier - Timaru, Queenstown Times - Queenstown, Mountain Scene -
Queenstown, Extra! schools
Times South Canterbury