Guidebook Lonely Planet throws another rotten tomato at
Cromwell's Big Fruit sculpture in its latest New Zealand
guidebook, and Invercargill finally gets a reprieve - of
Southern cities Dunedin and Invercargill are firmly on
Jetstar's radar, as the budget airline launches an aggressive
expansion phase in New Zealand following the departure of
A foundation named after murdered Dunedin woman Sophie
Elliott, which aims to prevent violence towards younger
woman, is set to be launched in the coming weeks.
Stunned cafe-goers watched a youth being chased around the
Octagon by two others, before being kicked and punched
unconscious inside a Dunedin food outlet yesterday afternoon.
A Dunedin man who grabbed a police constable's testicles
while a woman kicked the officer faces several charges.
"If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is," is good
While the magnitude 7.1 Canterbury earthquake was an event
most people would not like to repeat, it represented a
"once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity for geologists.
The Government should move quickly to reassure tourists
planning on visiting New Zealand that it was "business as
usual" following the Canterbury earthquake, a tourism expert
A Corstorphine house was severely damaged in an arson attack
on Monday night.
Dozens of prisoners, including those with high security
classifications, were moved to the Otago Corrections Facility
(OCF) at Milburn by bus yesterday following concerns about
Christchurch Men's Prison after Saturday's 7.1 magnitude
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