A Polish artist was pressured to change a large mural after
the Dunedin City Council deemed it inappropriate.
People were shoulder-to-shoulder at the Mosgiel fabric bazaar
and smashed the organisers' fundraising target for child
The ''nerve-racking but exciting'' build of a new supermarket
in Green Island is on track for an opening early next year.
It will employ up to 60 staff.
Among the accolades for five police staff at a Mosgiel
ceremony was a peppering of puns by a top Taieri officer.
Future rugby stars are set to shine at the 54th annual Taieri
sevens tournament on Sunday.
Some Dunedin residents woke to a ''massive boom'' as
lightning struck a power transformer in Tainui yesterday.
Strong winds toppled a brick chimney at Forbury Park in
Dunedin yesterday, smashing a hole in the grandstand roof and
Reading the William Shakespeare play The Winter's Tale
in the 86-Hour Shakespeare Marathon at Fortune Theatre Studio
in Dunedin yesterday are Cheryl Amos (left) and Julie
A battered teddy bear, Terence, sustained minor facial
injuries on Saturday and was treated at a Dunedin hospital.
register at the Star Regent 24 hour Book Sale rang to the
tune of nearly $70,000.
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