Writers are uniting to try to get the Dunedin City Council
and University of Otago to buy a house once owned by
pre-eminent Dunedin poet and editor Charles Brasch.
The stabbing of a 21-year-old man in central Dunedin early
yesterday has left the man who rushed to his aid questioning
the state of his city.
Black Sabbath fans who gathered in their masses for the
band's Dunedin concert on Saturday night were well behaved,
A man was bitten on his neck and arm while attempting to
break up a dog fight in Dunedin.
There was no point in shushing at Dunedin City Library
yesterday; no-one would have heard it over the sound of
An obsession with the origin of the Mosgiel name has prompted
a project to restore the grave of the town's founder.
Beginning of The End . . . English heavy metal band Black
Sabbath open its Dunedin concert tonight with the song Black
Sabbath from its debut 1970 album Black Sabbath.
A car rests on its roof on Dunedin's Southern Motorway
If the devil can change, so can you, a Dunedin biker says.
A ‘‘sneezing fit'' caused the driver of a late-model Jaguar
to run a red light and crash into a Mitsubishi car on the
corner of Strathallan St and Andersons Bay Rd in South
Dunedin about 9am yesterday.
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