Shawn McAvinue

'Singing milkman' Noel Parlane dies

'Singing milkman' Noel Parlane dies

Country music entertainer Noel Parlane, nicknamed ''the singing milkman'' of Dunedin, was surrounded by family when he died in Australia on Sunday.

Help for owner of damaged car

Help for owner of damaged car

Brenna Anderson (19), of Andersons Bay, hands over her dented car to Shiny Mike's Auto Panel and Paint owner Mike Patrick in Green Island last night.

Labour leader checks flood's effects

Labour leader checks flood's effects

Labour leader Andrew Little took a tour of flood damaged South Dunedin yesterday and met volunteers who helped fight the deluge.

'Gang Show' cast set to make move into theatre

'Gang Show' cast set to make move into theatre

The talented cast of the 2015 Gang Show is moving its rehearsals from the country to the city.

Creative energy wows record crowd

Creative energy wows record crowd

The largest procession of performers in the history of the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival attracted its biggest crowd.

$500k in cars lost in blaze

$500k in cars lost in blaze

The bodies of cars smouldered yesterday as fire investigators examined the burnt remains of a Dunedin panelbeating business.

Inquiry starts into workshop blaze

Inquiry starts into workshop blaze

A fire investigator is examining a "buckled" and burnt Dunedin panelbeater's shop after fire gutted the business last night.

'Mean seas' threaten Dunedin landmark

'Mean seas' threaten Dunedin landmark

Dunedin's polar plunge has been postponed after ''mean seas'' washed away sand and several historic timber poles of a Dunedin landmark.

Board has no issue with freedom campers

Board has no issue with freedom campers

The Mosgiel Taieri Community Board has no issue with freedom campers but wants bigger rubbish bins at the Three Mile Hill lookout and Outram Glen.

Greater Green Island urged to get snapping

Greater Green Island urged to get snapping

Entries have opened for a photography competition celebrating the greater Green Island area.