Police will monitor three Mosgiel intersections as part of a
two-month campaign aimed at reducing crashes.
The chief executive of Air New Zealand has been invited to
Dunedin to hear concerns from the business community about
the axing of a late-night flights.
The Southern district's top policeman has rejected a claim
police are not attending smaller crimes as the organisation
undergoes major changes.
Thousands of sporting fans are expected to converge on
Forsyth Barr Stadium for this weekend's sporting
The main south rail line is expected to reopen today after
close inspection of the track revealed considerable damage
following a mass derailment on Wednesday.
Firefighters had to assist a young boy whose leg was caught
in a bike during a cycle safety lesson.
Taieri residents are urged to check their properties for a
Mosgiel woman not seen since Tuesday night.
Police have defended a decision to cut Port Chalmers policing
numbers in half.
Fear of ''hat hair'' before his court appearance this week
prompted a Dunedin man to style his locks with stolen hair
gel, police say.
An investigation is underway following a large derailment
near Palmerston this morning.
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