City deliveries of the Otago Daily Times are running
late this morning due to printing problems.
The Air New Zealand Queenstown International Marathon has
drawn considerable interest this year, with spots in the
marathon, half-marathon and 10km races sold out.
A group of yellow and black-clad Amnesty International
supporters are outside the Australian Consulate in Auckland
to urge Australian officials to investigate people-smuggling
The Reserve Bank jhas opted to leave its official cash rate
unchanged at 2.75% which was in line with market
expectations, but said further reduction in the rate "seemed
A man was killed late last night in crash on the
Invercargill police have opened a homicide inquiry following
the death of 28-year-old man last night.
Police have recovered the body of a 23 year-old man after he
jumped from the Riverton Bridge late last night.
The execution of four search warrants in Dunedin and
Queenstown has led to the siezure of drugs with a street
value of $200,000 and the arrest of one man.
A police officer responsible for the co-ordination and
planning of security for the Rio Olympics has been appointed
the new Southern District Commander.
Water tanks near Pomahaka have been riddled with bullet
holes, apparently from a .22 rifle.
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