The public's interaction with the police is changing - and
not for the better, Labour police spokeswoman Jacinda Ardern
It will be ''worship as usual'' when the Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge attend the Palm Sunday service at St Paul's
Cathedral in Dunedin next month.
The generosity of Taieri residents has overwhelmed Mosgiel
Community Foodbank co-ordinator Michelle Kerr.
The Zombie Apocalypse is shuffling towards Dunedin.
The Problem Gambling Foundation is vowing ''we won't go
silent'', following a decision to award the majority of
services to the Salvation Army.
Century-old pipes will be replaced around the Queens Gardens
area over the next few months.
An elderly driver escaped unscathed following a car crash at
Tippler's Bar in Northeast Valley this morning.
Nuisance fires in the student quarter hit a five-year high
last year, with Castle St the area's top hot spot.
A Dunedin man says he had his shirt ripped, glasses pulled
off his face and his car's wing mirror yanked off after he
confronted drunken St Patrick's Day revellers who were
urinating on his property.
Emergency services were seeing green yesterday following a
steady stream of St Patrick's Day callouts.
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