On any given day, you can look out Loft Hair salon's window
and imagine you are in New York, Melbourne, or Paris.
The nervous wait to see what will become of Taieri College's
fire-damaged Hislop Hall is over.
It can drive you to pull your hair out, and it can swell
you with pride. But the real reason Mark Rogers is one of the
longest-serving board of trustees members in Otago, is
because it's an addictive challenge like no other. John Lewis
Kiwi Antony Starr returns as Sheriff Lucas Hood in the
fourth and final season of Banshee.
Police are again reminding Dunedin residents to take
valuables out of their cars or keep them out of sight,
following five car break-ins on Saturday night.
Franz Josef locals hope the Waiho flood bank which breached,
causing major flooding in the West Coast township on
Thursday, can be repaired by the end of this week.
Police say it could be some time before it is known what
caused a mini-bus crash near Luggate on Friday, which killed
a 62-year-old Indian woman.
Colin Coombes adjusts his neatly ironed collar and tie, picks
up his meat cleaver, and sets to work with a solid thwack.
A speech laying out the value of not being a bystander to
racism and discrimination has won a Logan Park High School
pupil the Otago Race Unity Speech Competition.
Sometimes, the symbolism of certain dates in the
church calendar is too good to pass by.
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