Shawn McAvinue

Man dies in collision with campervan

Man dies in collision with campervan

A dairy farm worker died yesterday when the car he was driving was involved in a collision with a campervan that police believe failed to stop at a northern Southland intersection.

Man named in truck company death

Man named in truck company death

Police have named a worker at an Oamaru truck repair company who died yesterday.

Kiwi return, stoat may still be lurking

Kiwi return, stoat may still be lurking

Some of the young kiwi evacuated in June after a stoat invaded Orokonui Ecosanctuary at Waitati have returned to the reserve, even though the stoat may still be at large.

Dunedin butchers pitted against the best

Dunedin butchers pitted against the best

Two Dunedin butchers are a cut above the rest and will represent the lower South Island at the national butchery grand finals.

Residents united in protest

Residents united in protest

A united, passionate plea to remove controversial concrete kerb blocks has been made to the Dunedin City Council.

Luxury yacht stops for quick $40,000 top-up

Luxury yacht stops for quick $40,000 top-up

The luxury superyacht Senses came to Dunedin yesterday for a fuel stop worth nearly $40,000.

Dangerous Mosgiel footpath to be fixed

A dangerous section of Mosgiel footpath will be repaired this week, the Dunedin City Council says.

Board gives $1800 to help protect sign

A project to protect the Mosgiel sign has been given $1800 by the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board.

Where are the littered places?

Mosgiel Taieri Community Board members are set to ''muck in'' and want suggestions on littered areas in the catchment in dire need of cleaning up.

Car dealer fed up with scam using his name

Car dealer fed up with scam using his name

A South Dunedin car dealership manager wants a scammer to stop using his identity.