The creator of a new Perspex shark cage has been left feeling
a little jittery following the first of several sea trials to
be carried out near Stewart Island this week.
Forget golf, rugby, tennis or car racing. It seems the family
game of Scrabble is where all the best prizes are.
Milk may be flowing into Otago and Southland primary schools
as early as next month as Fonterra takes the next step in its
nationwide introduction of Milk for Schools programme.
Problems with the Novopay Ministerial Inquiry's email system
have been labelled a joke by Otago principals, after an email
to schools had to be resent.
Dunedin businesses appear to be up with the play when it
comes to Holidays Act surcharges over Easter.
A photograph of a sun-loving Labrador bounding down a beach
in the Catlins has fetched Emma Cunningham one of the top
awards in the New Zealand Walking Access Commission's Top
Outdoor Spot competition.
The weather this weekend is expected, for the most part, to
be as bright and shiny as an Easter egg, the MetService has
Even after being advised his boat had insufficient fuel, a
man ventured out on to Lake Waihola with a young boy
yesterday and had to be rescued because the engine stopped,
The publisher of New Zealand's School Journal has
allayed fears the educational reading tool will be
A former Dunedin conductor and composer has launched a new
organisation in Germany aimed at performing New Zealand
compositions using New Zealand musicians living in Europe.
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