The Otago Rural Fire Authority is seeking to recover all
costs associated with fighting the major blaze near
Waldronville at the weekend.
''Challenging times'' lie ahead as Hekia Parata once again
takes the leads at the Ministry of Education, Otago
Firefighters managed to extinguish a blaze near Palmerston
which threatened hundreds of hectares of forestry at the
weekend, despite mother nature not providing a helping hand.
Treasure hunts traditionally involve gems and gold, but the
Caversham Community Treasure Hunt ended in the discovery of
riches of a very different kind.
Craft beer coming from a tap next to a Space Invaders arcade
game sounds a little like fantasy - unless you are at Forsyth
Barr Stadium today for Dunedin's second annual Craft Beer and
It's not likely to
break Hollywood box office records, but pupils from five
Dunedin secondary schools are hoping their film Delinquent
will raise enough money to help five New Zealand charities.
A former Dunedin osteopath who threatened to strangle a
colleague until her ''eyeballs popped out'' has been
suspended from practising in New Zealand for 12 months and
will have to pay fines and costs of nearly $50,000.
A former Dunedin osteopath threatened to strangle a colleague
until her ''eyes popped out'', the New Zealand Health
Practitioners' Disciplinary Tribunal was told yesterday.
Who said school
rules can't be changed?
More than 110 delegates from the
printing industry across the South Pacific converged on
Dunedin yesterday for the annual Single Width Users Group New
Zealand (Swug) conference.
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