Shawn McAvinue

$10k phone roaming bill cut to $254

$10k phone roaming bill cut to $254

A mobile phone network is slashing a $10,000 roaming bill of a Mosgiel teenager because of its failure to communicate the cost.

Man killed in bulldozer crash

Man killed in bulldozer crash

A man has been killed in a bulldozer crash on a West Otago farm today.

Porirua children’s orchestra wows SI

Porirua children’s orchestra wows SI

A former Dunedin woman has brought an orchestra of Porirua children to perform in her "old stomping ground''.

Dunedin nature festival 'an absolute triumph'

Dunedin nature festival 'an absolute triumph'

The inaugural Wild Dunedin nature festival has been declared an ‘‘triumph'' and promises to return ‘‘bigger and better'' next year.

'Ask yourself what you can do'

'Ask yourself what you can do'

Dunk an Anzac biscuit and volunteer for the sake of your country, Otago University Students' Association members urged yesterday.

Visitors make most of ship’s open day

Visitors make most of ship’s open day

A tour of a navy patrol ship in Dunedin attracted thousands of people yesterday.

Kites part of nature festival

Kites part of nature festival

It's all fun and games until someone loses an i.

Birds of a feather flock to Tomahawk

Birds of a feather flock to Tomahawk

The Field Guide to the Birds of New Zealand illustrator Derek Onley, of Waitati, spots birds at Tomahawk Lagoon in Dunedin yesterday, as part of the Wild Dunedin nature festival.

Warning of gales for South

Warning of gales for South

Severe gales for coastal parts of Southland, Clutha and Dunedin are forecast for late this afternoon or evening, MetService says.