If Les Butcher had been carrying a pen while hunting, he
would have written his will last Wednesday night.
''Good things take time.'' So says Otago Museum director Ian
Griffin, whose wife, Maria, will now be able to join him in
Dunedin after three months of separation.
The Boss is unlikely to sing in Dunedin on his visit to New
Zealand in March next year.
A high-tech studio for young people will open in South
Dunedin next year as part of a free after-school learning
It's there now, etched forever in rugby history - ''2013
They say it is better to have
tried and failed, than never to have tried at all.
The New Zealand public and media place too much emphasis on a
dog's breed when an attack occurs, a pit bull advocate says.
Arrowtown Primary School's rippa rugby team has come back
from the national tournament in Wellington as fourth
placegetter this week.
Long lunches are nothing new. But Otago University students
are getting behind a long lunch in Castle St next month to
help raise awareness of World Vision.
Marriage celebrants in Dunedin are not expecting any sudden
influx of gay marriage requests now that same-sex marriage is
legal in New Zealand.
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