Snow is expected to fall in Dunedin and other parts of the
South tonight, and strong winds will continue to blow.
Last week's flooding affected about 1250 properties across
the city, according to the Dunedin City Council.
Spurred by the popularity lately of stories about birdlife,
The Wash columnist Dave Cannan asked readers for photographs
featuring birds and the various contraptions used to feed
them in home gardens.
Motorists are being urged to take extra care as strong winds
batter some areas of the South.
Dunedin Police are investigating a sexual assault which
happened in central Dunedin early on Sunday morning.
A magnitude 4.8 earthquake has struck off the coast of
A nationwide appeal has been launched to help residents badly
affected by last week's flooding in Dunedin.
Residents in the Queenstown Lakes area were shaken this
evening by a magnitude 4.1 earthquake, centred about 25km
northwest of Wanaka.
Police have released the name of the Dunedin woman killed in
a crash just north of Hampden on Tuesday.
More Aucklanders are interested in buying properties outside
of the city - with many potential buyers keen on the Hawkes
Bay where you can get "more bang for your buck".
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