The 2011 Dunedin Fringe Festival is nothing if not different.
Snaring big acts is second nature to Alec Wheeler.
The Kiwi bloke caricature will never be the same again.
The first weekend of the Dunedin Fringe Festival has been
more fun than you could shake a court jester's baton at.
Stand-up comedy must be the toughest gig in the world.
You could just tell that Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is far more
suited to cutting through red tape.
Twenty-six riders began a historic trek yesterday which harks
back to Dunedin's golden age.
The fringe festival toy box of the colourful, burlesque and
bizarre will be unlocked and opened in Dunedin today.
A historic Dunedin bylaw which has never been repealed will
see this weekend's 150th anniversary of the Otago gold rush
marked in unique fashion.
Bright orange blindfolds replaced bird guano yesterday as the
latest accessory for the statue about town.
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