About 1400 customers lost their broadband service connection
in the South Island after a fibre-optic cable was
accidentally cut by a contractor in Rakaia.
Internet service stopped for some customers in the South when
a underground fibre cable was cut in Rakaia this morning.
A new service aimed at solving disputes with quality
mediation was launched in Dunedin yesterday.
A foundation to ensure the long-term future of Orokonui
Ecosanctuary was launched in Dunedin last night.
The ''cavalier attitude'' of Dunedin pedestrians is worrying
and controlled crossings should be used more, Age Concern
Otago executive officer Susan Davidson says.
Health World Mosgiel has taken on the rental and sales of
A SuperGran shortage has sparked an appeal by a volunteer to
people with experience to step up and help others navigate
A charity auction to raise money for the Brighton Surf Life
Saving Club and Community Facility rebuild will be held next
Speed limit tolerances lowered over Labour Weekend to improve
driver behaviour have been effective in the South, Dunedin
Toitu Otago Settlers Museum educator Sara Sinclair cuts a
cake in the museum's Josephine Foyer yesterday, with the help
of Frankie McKinlay (6), to celebrate the 142nd birthday of
steam locomotive Josephine.
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