A blind Dunedin woman was "feeling like she had been hit by a
bus'' yesterday because she had been the day before.
A short supply of avocados has some Dunedin residents willing
to pay $8 for the scarce fruit.
Police believe the thefts from several vehicles around
Dunedin could be linked.
A police officer attended an incident after a woman was hit
by a bus in Dunedin yesterday.
The neon horse-and-rider sign on Dunedin's Meridian mall
nicknamed Can't Stop has stopped glowing and galloping but it
will race again.
Three people were injured when a milk tanker and a truck
carrying a skip collided in Eastern Southland yesterday.
Thieves are targeting Dunedin homes in daylight, including
making off with a boat.
A disabled Dunedin man is promising justice to the burglar
who stole his communication "lifelines'' from his Northeast
Bunnings management appears to have made a move to install a
defibrillator in its Dunedin store and train staff on how to
The pedestrian involved in a hit-and-run in central Dunedin
has not come forward, but police have found a 15-year-old boy
believed to be involved in the incident.
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