Motorists have been urged to exercise extreme care on the
roads as many New Zealanders wake to the heaviest frost of
Christie Marceau's family are still waiting for a date to be
set for a Coroner's inquest into her brutal death, almost
three years after it was promised.
Police are seeking the public's help to identify a man
dressed a woman who committed a serious sexual assault in
Dunedin early on Sunday.
Google Maps is being updated with sharper, newer satellite
Microblogging platform Twitter is introducing 'stickers' for
photos, in a bid to increase user engagement.
Police are still looking for a knife used in a Cromwell
stabbing during the weekend.
Severe floods in southern China have killed at least 22
people and left 20 missing, the government says, with the
rains expected to continue for the next three days.
Mosgiel Police are seeking information following several
thefts and burglaries in the Taieri area, especially south of
Tender documents for the Dunedin Courthouse restoration will
soon be issued to a shortlist of contractors.
Rank outsiders Iceland fought back to salvage a memorable 1-1
draw with Portugal as they made their major tournament debut
at Euro 2016.
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