A gas leak in Dunedin has been
isolated and emergency services are standing down.
A homicide inquiry has been launched for a Central Otago man
missing for almost a year.
Authorities are warning of a ''worrying increase'' in
unregistered motor vehicle traders after a Dunedin man was
fined $4500 yesterday.
Courts Minister Chester Borrows has a simple message for
those in the South who collectively owe more than $27 million
in fines and reparations.
Police are not commenting on reports a 3-week-old baby in
hospital with life-threatening injuries allegedly had her
throat slashed during an incident in her Invercargill home.
The sole occupant of a newly-renovated Dunedin home
extensively damaged in a fire fled the inferno after she was
woken by a smoke alarm.
A 17-year-old Port Chalmers youth was saved from what was
described as certain death after his fall off a cliff was
broken by a fortuitously located tree stump yesterday
Major upgrade work for the Ocean Beach Railway is on track.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has hit back at the Otago Chamber of
Commerce as being ''stuck in a smokestack industry time
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