When is a $5 note worth more than $5?
It's no joke.
Several Otago conservation projects will receive a $334,000
financial boost from the Department of Conservation in the
latest round of Community Conservation Partnership Fund
Official temperatures reached 27degC in the Dunedin city
centre and 26degC at Dunedin Airport, MetService said.
Retirement? What's retirement? The word is just not in
Shirley Farquhar's vocabulary.
The devil makes work for idle hands.
There is little in Dunedin to recognise the stand that
conscientious objector Archibald Baxter, who was from
Brighton, took during World War 1.
An exercise programme which helps prevent elderly from
falling has won a Dunedin woman a national award which
commemorates International Day of Older People.
Before the Silver Fern Seasider even left Dunedin Railway
Station, children were being chastised by their parents for
fighting, standing on the seats, playing with the fold down
tables and just general grizzling.
Being mayor of Dunedin is a job that has been known to raise
Dave Cull's blood pressure from time to time.
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