The Dunedin Space Programme had lift-off.
Last year's ''well publicised issues'' concerning operators
and cruise ship passengers at Port Otago are over.
Ten more people have died on southern roads this year than in
the corresponding period last year; and ahead of the busy
holiday weekend, police are saying they have had enough.
Senior Southern policeman Al Dickie says all drivers must
realise death and mutilation can be the result of their
A wholesaler and dairies and service stations in Dunedin are
in talks about stocking a new generation of legal highs,
industry sources say.
New Zealand sevens rugby coach Sir Gordon Tietjens has
apologised for a sexually inappropriate joke he made during
the Otago Sports Awards.
The learner driver in a crash that killed a young Mosgiel
brother and sister had previously offered illegal taxi rides
via a controversial Facebook page.
Dunedin is lucky an intoxicated pedestrian has not been
seriously injured by a vehicle in the inner city, police say.
A leaking 45kg gas cylinder has prompted an evacuation of a
Dunedin street this afternoon.
Millions of dollars of pokies cash has stopped flowing into
the coffers of the racing industry as a major joint agency
cars for sale
Porsche spices up off-road offerings
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