Ministry of Defence cost-cutting came under fire from
Montecillo Veterans Home and Hospital Trust chairman David
More during a hard-hitting Anzac Day service speech
Thousands of people attended the dawn service in Dunedin this
A Dunedin father says he was tossed around his house ''like
paper'' by his son trying to go cold turkey from the
synthetic cannabis product, K2.
A lost memento commemorating a World War 1 soldier has been
reunited with his descendants, after it was discovered during
alterations to a Taieri home.
It's an old and battered little blue book, held together by
pieces of string and sticking plasters.
A machete, a mallet and large wooden sticks have been seized
from several Dunedin dairy owners arming themselves against
robbers targeting synthetic cannabis, police say.
An English cricket fan who travelled to New Zealand to watch
England play the Black Caps but ''didn't see a ball being
bowled'' will fly out of the country today after facing his
The future of the Dunedin-based Ngai Tahu Maori Law Centre -
the last such facility in the country - is under threat.
The Maori development ministry, Te Puni Kokiri (TPK), claimed
it was getting ''value for money'' through its Whanau Ora
funding of a Dunedin trust, which was later found to have
been used by gang members to buy cannabis.
Another aggravated robbery of a Dunedin dairy this week has
prompted police to warn shopowners about the dangers of
selling synthetic cannabis products.
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