Dunedin cat Goobah is pleased to be curled up warm after 16
months as a stray in the cold.
Former Glendining Home residents will today mark the
centenary of the home's opening.
A Dunedin family living on an unemployment benefit say
measures in the Budget announced yesterday were paltry but
some of the proposed pilot schemes had potential.
Words, swirling silk and shattered plate iron made
the schoolgirls scream in the Otago Girls' High School hall
staff and clients are set to challenge the thinking of
Dunedin businesses by role-playing real-life scenarios, with
all the ''awkwardness'' included, training co-ordinator Dion
A Mosgiel mother has vowed to continue her campaign against
synthetic cannabis, after reporting her son to police for
breaching a bail condition by smoking cannabis.
A 40-year-old female learner driver finished a lesson with
her husband on Sunday by parking the car ''sideways'' in the
driveway of a repeatedly unlucky Dunedin resident, police
Peanuts scare former All Black Kees Meeuws, but an allergy
specialist says many parents needlessly worry.
The Government's proposal to raise the age for the mandatory
use of a child car restraints in vehicles is set too low and
should include children up to the age of 12, Plunket national
child safety adviser Sue Campbell says.
The proposal to open areas of Otago and Southland coastline
to commercial paua harvesting attracted more than 2700
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