Careful planning would have been required to pull off the
theft of alternative New Zealand flags from high atop a
Dunedin car park building.
The five alternative New Zealand flag designs have been
stolen from a car park building in Dunedin. Police are
appealing for witnesses.
Dunedin did its Scottish forefathers proud at the weekend as
the city celebrated a link to its past in fitting style by
downing whisky, porridge and haggis.
Dark clouds rolled in early, but failed to dampen spirits at
Mosgiel Community Market Day.
University of Otago psychology researcher has gained some
insights which could help make the tough job of raising
teenagers a little easier.
Up to 150 refugees will be resettled in Dunedin per year,
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says.
Two New Zealanders deported after serving sentences in
Australia have moved to the South in recent weeks and more
are likely to arrive soon.
The incomes of Dunedin's highest-paid state sector employees
have been laid bare once again, with two earning more than
$500,000 a year.
Rowing stalwart Fred Strachan has been charged over a rowing
crash which landed three Otago Boys' High School pupils in
hospital last year.
A woman raising money for her cancer treatment has been given
a ''bit of hope'' after a successful quiz night at the
Mosgiel Returned and Services Association (RSA) last week.
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