The Government wants to see more councils amalgamate in order
to reduce rates, Prime Minister John Key says.
A wintry blast yesterday brought settling snow to Dunedin for
the first time this winter.
There were no fancy horse names like Maythehorsebewithu or
Ray Sauce - just 75,000 sugar-coated balls of chocolate named
00001 to 75000.
hard to believe, but one of the world's favourite children's
entertainment groups has turned 25.
It was a sight you had to see to believe.
A 28-year-old Dunedin woman is to appear in the Dunedin
District Court after using her car to injure another woman.
Some of the region's top young science pupils got to pick the
brains of some of the world's top scientific minds during the
Sir Peter Blake Trust Dunedin Girls' Science and Leadership
programme at the University of Otago yesterday.
Dunedin residents are being reminded to remove all valuable
items from their vehicles at night after a spate of
break-ins in the city yesterday.
Anyone who has mown a lawn will know how easy it is to get
grassed off when you have to mow that strip along the edge.
Subsidies for home insulation have run out after hundreds of
Otago residents contacted the Cosy Homes Trust during the
past week, to apply for the funding scheme.
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