It may have been ''weird'', but what a way to end the school
Veteran postie Kerry Wheeler found himself on the receiving
end of a special delivery yesterday.
An initiative is taking a shot at bridging the gap between
junior and secondary school netball on the Taieri.
A huge fire that blanketed parts of Gore in dense smoke has
been brought under control this morning.
Otago Polytechnic's work with open education could see new
cash flow within a decade.
Sir Alan Mark was ''thrilled'' with the turnout of supporters
of the Wise Response Appeal on the steps of Parliament in
Wellington this week.
Public support for the Caledonian Bowling Club is
''incredibly'' heartening, the club's board chairwoman Jan
Dunedin Night Shelter trustees will sleep
on the street this weekend to raise awareness of the
''elephant in the room''.
Nine not out doesn't sound like much, but it's a performance
which made Donna Burns the toast of Dunedin cricket last
Allan and Aven Hamilton's lives have gone to the dogs - in a
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