An unexpected cash injection of more than $18,600 has allowed
the Save the Otago Peninsula Society to complete one of its
environmental protection projects well ahead of schedule.
Forget the Black Caps or Scotland.
What started as a fantasy about flying back to his student
flat after a long night at the local pub has turned into a
reality worth an estimated $100 million for a former Dunedin
beneficiary of a novelty fundraising rubber duck race also
wins first prize for backing the winning duck, there are
always going to be those who suggest there has been ''fowl
Dunedin City Council's cycle skills training programme is on
a roll after receiving four new bikes to help make children
Exiting one's front door in sunny, 20degC temperatures, one
could expect it to be a fantastic day for surfing at St Clair
Beach in Dunedin.
Home is where the heart is, but it's also nice to have a
place that you can call your own.
A New Zealand Robinson helicopter distributer believes
grounded Robinson 44 choppers could be airborne again in less
than a month.
The Education Review Office's latest national reports have
expressed concerns schools may be over-assessing their pupils
and putting their welfare at risk.
A 32-year-old Chinese tourist will appear in the Dunedin
District Court today after a 5-year-old Oamaru girl died as a
result of a car crash near Moeraki.
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