Accidents were the order of the day on wet roads around
Dunedin yesterday but fortunately no-one was hurt.
Dunedin City Station firefighters get to work after a
Mercedes A180 hit a bank and rolled on Portobello Rd. near
Rosehill Rd, in Macandrew Bay this afternoon.
A heat-distressed dog was rescued by firefighters from a car
in Dunedin yesterday.
A translation of some of Robert Burns' poems into Maori will
feature in the annual St Andrew's Day lecture.
Greazy Dogs Motorcycle Club members leave Dunedin on the
Southern Motorway yesterday.
Australian ''social capitalist'' Peter Kenyon visited Green
Island last week, aiming to increase the engagement levels of
greater Green Island residents with their community.
At a meeting in the Civic Centre on Thursday, the Saddle Hill
Community Board members moved to give two community groups
Taieri's top cop is campaigning to have the Mosgiel Police
Station open to the public all day.
The death of a takahe chick at the Orokonui Ecosanctuary is
being blamed on the inexperience of an adoptive dad with
Mosgiel residents being trapped in the township as floodwater
rises around them is a real threat and the emergency response
plan is weak, a top Taieri police officer says.
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