Alex Leckie-Zaharic did not let ''arthritis'' get in the way
of him winning a major regional competition in Dunedin
Progressive Enterprises has confirmed it plans to go ahead
with a multimillion-dollar supermarket development in Green
The driver of a four-wheel-drive vehicle was lucky to walk
away with minor injuries after crashing on Three Mile Hill at
the weekend, Dunedin police say.
Two Otago secondary school rock bands have been selected
among the top 30 acts nationally to thrash it out in the
final of the 2014 Smokefreerockquest.
In the distance, Natasha O'Brien could hear her miniature
Jack Russell barking.
A Logan Park High School pupil will not travel to Jerusalem
for the World Science Conference this month after its
organisers advised it is too dangerous to attend.
Waitati School hopes to capitalise on the 2000 annual
sunshine hours that gleam down on Otago each year by
installing solar panels to generate its own electricity.
When Jenny McDonald came to the Taieri 45 years ago as part
of a ''wee look'' around New Zealand, the last thing she
expected to do was get married and still be there today.
Silverstream School pupils are on their marks and set to go
for the Taieri school sports cross-country event next week.
East Taieri School is looking even lusher and greener than
usual after being given $1000 of native trees to plant on
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