Two University of Otago first-year students will now be going
to the ball after queuing most of the night to buy matching
$900 suits - for just $10 apiece.
A woman was mugged and pushed to the ground in South Dunedin
yesterday, and police are appealing for witnesses to come
A mass food fight based on a Spanish festival is being
organised for a North Dunedin street tomorrow, a social
networking internet site says.
Police are appealing for information after a bank robbery in
North Dunedin yesterday afternoon.
The Dunedin City Council was flying the flag for the rest of
the country, Maori Affairs minister Dr Pita Sharples said at
a press conference in Auckland yesterday.
Otago Harbour will be opened for the commercial harvesting of
cockles for the first time in 30 years following a decision
to grant a special research permit to a Dunedin fishing
A Dunedin motel owner is offering a $1000 reward for
information leading to the arrest of the pranksters who
caused thousands of dollars' water damage to seven motel
units on Saturday morning.
South Canterbury dairy farmer Tim O'Sullivan (29) won the
2009 National Bank Young Farmer contest on Saturday, narrowly
beating Gore rural finance manager Richard Copland.
Otago Peninsula attractions had a little sweetener added on
top yesterday, as hundreds of people attended Cadbury
Chocolate Carnival events.
Residents of a close-knit Port Chalmers community are
accusing the country's biggest landlord of running roughshod
over their wishes.
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