A small community support group is the grateful recipient of
a much-needed van and is thanking the generosity of a Mosgiel
The Orokonui Ecosanctuary has just had its third birthday,
but there are concerns as membership and funding have both
After 17 weeks of training, sparring and constant
''attention'' from their trainers, the fighters in Dunedin's
Southern Showdown will step inside the ring tonight at the
If his father completing 14 marathons was not the motivation
Max Bania needed to run his first marathon in September, a
jibe at his lifestyle was.
The owner of a lamb which was bashed and killed on Saturday
says he has been blown away by one Central Otago sheep
How do you catch a chocolate bar thief on a moving train?
Fill the carriages with hundreds of hungry schoolchildren on
holiday with a keen nose for chocolate crime.
First home buyers in some parts of Otago could require an
$80,000 deposit if the Reserve Bank goes through with its
proposed restrictions on home loans.
Parents in Otago with autistic children are faced with
raising $145,000 to ensure the continuity of a therapy
An Otago Peninsula early childhood learning centre has closed
because of financial difficulties and its owner blames a
Government initiative offering free daycare.
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