The foundations are down and the build of the new Brighton
Surf Life Saving Club is on target.
The Presbyterian Support Otago annual boot sale began this
A severely burnt Dunedin man wants to thank those who helped
him as his skin melted.
Hand-forged leg irons that might have been used to restrain
Maori political prisoners in Dunedin will go under the hammer
in Dunedin tomorrow.
Retired fisherman and shark hunter Laurie Waters has issued a
warning to Dunedin swimmers.
Former Highlanders loose forward Hale T-Pole is ''extremely
proud'' of the more than 50 club rugby players who helped a
badly burnt Port Chalmers man on Thursday.
continues on the University of Otago building project at
Toroa College in Regent Rd, North Dunedin.
Only the brave of the ''walking wounded'' Highlanders had a
flu jab at Dunedin Hospital yesterday.
Port Chalmers rugby players rushed to help a screaming man
who was badly burnt in a car fire yesterday.
Roll-your-own tobacco is ''more dangerous'' than factory-made
cigarettes and should be banned, says Prof Richard Edwards,
head of public health at the University of Otago's Wellington
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