Tom Ross has always had a smile that can light up a room.
There will be plenty of boots, cowboy hats and the odd
''yee-hah'' in Mosgiel this weekend when two of Australasia's
top country singers perform at the Hotel Taieri.
Balmacewen Intermediate is about to undergo a $1.2 million
development aimed at providing a little more
breathing/learning space at the school.
It's an unavoidable quip: The hills around Mosgiel will be
alive with the sound of music next month.
It seems McKenna Gray can't wait to get going. Much to her
mum's dismay, she was born more than two months early.
Dunedin hunter Murray Edge has been missing since last
Sunday. His anxious wife, Marilyn, speaks from the heart to
John Lewis about the man she first met when they were
children at primary school.
Josh Perry may be wheelchair-bound, but it is certainly not
stopping him from standing on his own two feet, financially
The flood of sweat and tears is ramping up in Dunedin schools
as they put the finishing touches to their Stage Challenge
and J Rock performances.
a former life, they used to carry knives, machine guns,
rocket launchers and the like.
The site of a new crematorium on the Taieri has become a hive
of activity, with earthworks and foundation construction
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