It's a world away from home and when the Welsh rugby
supporters leave New Zealand's shores they will return to a
world forever changed.
Dunedin's first trolley bus has returned to the city, 50
years after it was taken out of service and sent to the North
The Abbotsford home at the centre of a landslip dispute
between the Dunedin City Council and its former occupants has
sold for $1000.
A decision on a contentious 25-apartment retirement complex
planned for the Shiel Hill Tavern is only weeks away.
The Cosy Homes Trust has funds available to insulate about
130 more homes in Otago but applicants have only nine days to
apply for the subsidy.
Dunedin police are looking for four men after a 45-year-old
man was beaten unconscious in an early morning attack in a
residential Mosgiel street.
The much-maligned solar-powered parking meter in the Otago
Farmers Market car park will be consigned to history
"reasonably soon'' after the Dunedin City Council finalised
an arrangement with a firm for parking meter services in the
A high-risk violent offender who used a child as a human
shield during an armed stand-off with police in Otago is
behind bars again only months after his release from prison.
The process to develop Dunedin's next generation district
plan continues today as hearings into recreation zones begin.
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