The death of a takahe chick at the Orokonui Ecosanctuary is
being blamed on the inexperience of an adoptive dad with
Mosgiel residents being trapped in the township as floodwater
rises around them is a real threat and the emergency response
plan is weak, a top Taieri police officer says.
A Dunedin lecturer was shocked but unsurprised by the Paris
terror attacks because the French Government continues to
ignore the needs of North African immigrants.
A Dunedin woman was two blocks away when terrorists opened
fire on a Paris restaurant.
Free whisky - that got your attention. Tastings of the water
of life, peaty ale, acts by Scottish performers and a
porridge-eating world-record attempt - these are just some of
the ways Dunedin and Edinburgh will strengthen ties later
A Dunedin man is still seeking answers more than 10 years
after his son died after being king-hit in the central city.
O'Neill Devereux practice manager Dave Fleming (above, left)
and law firm partner Joe O'Neill toast the firm's new office
in Dunedin last night with a wine and a beer.
Like the birth of the universe, the Dunedin Space Programme
has arrived with a big bang.
Are you prepared if you find a beagle bleeding, Chihuahua
choking or a pug with no pulse?
Almost a year since the drink-driving limit was lowered, the
hotel industry wants to woo back ''spooked'' patrons.
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