The Dunedin City Council is taking a tougher stand against
some increasingly ''obnoxious and belligerent'' students
following a record number of noise complaints.
An ''ignorant'' and ''dim'' vandal has driven a car through
the Dunedin Botanic Garden, causing at least $1000 damage and
destroying a 12-year-old rhododendron.
An ongoing dispute with a North Otago farmer who says he is
at his wit's end has landed the Otago Regional Council in the
poo - literally.
Police have concerns for an Alexandra woman not seen
A policewoman was punched in the face several times by a
Dunedin man during a ''cowardly'' assault, police say.
Next month, the University of Otago will embark on a
21-month multimillion-dollar landscaping project to transform
Dunedin's campus. Timothy Brown reports.
Despite recent high-profile assaults against police officers,
there is no cause for concern and no evidence of a trend,
Southern district commander Superintendent Andrew Coster
The future of the Hyde St keg party appears safe despite a
handful of drunken incidents marring the annual scarfie
Only one bailiff will remain in Otago after changes to the
Ministry of Justice collections unit.
A credit card scam has been uncovered in Queenstown.
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