Malcolm Mouat, of Dunedin, has spent the past year on a quest
for more power.
Despite a network outage affecting phone bids, there was
strong interest in a large auction held in Dunedin yesterday.
A self-setting trap, which is being trialled by the
Department of Conservation in Te Anau, could revolutionise
pest control and save the taxpayer millions of dollars in the
Following a stoat plague in 2008, which ravaged the takahe
population, the numbers of the flightless bird are set to
An aircraft replica painstakingly built by studying
photographs published in the Otago Witness is set to
fly next month to mark the centenary of the original craft's
Australia has emerged as the saviour of the $200 million
Dunedin tourism industry, with cruise-ship visitors proving a
significant bonus, after a year many in the industry would
Five thousand litres of beer were dumped yesterday after a
burst water main affected production at the Emerson Brewing
Company's Dunedin brewery.
A toast to the bride and groom and a brickbat to the thief
who stole their portable sound system while they were having
their photos taken.
Speculation that an Otago Farmers Market stallholder may be
on-selling produce not grown by them has been quashed.
A Maori fisheries trust has no plans to pull its support of
whaling for indigenous people, and supported scientific
research by the Japanese to determine whale numbers.
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