New research has begun at the University of Otago that aims
to reduce the number of open-water drownings in New Zealand.
A 30-year-old man has been given a pre-charge warning from
police after he allegedly assaulted a Dunedin City Council
parking warden in central Dunedin yesterday.
Up to 11 people die every week from suicide in New Zealand.
An initiative is under way to keep the art of letter writing
alive by bringing it to a new generation through the gift of
thousands of free postcards and stamps to school-aged
A 30-year-old Dunedin man has been given a pre-charge warning
after allegedly assaulting a Dunedin City Council parking
warden on George St today.
Some of the South Island's greatest wildlife conservation
minds have flocked to Dunedin to discuss how a wildlife
hospital might be established in the city.
The Dunedin City Council has denied it has ticketed a Dunedin
resident for parking his vehicle over his own driveway.
When teenage girls get together, conversations often start
with: "Oh my God, I love your hair''.
Eight brass bands will put the Regent Theatre's newly
installed sound shell to the test this weekend when they
compete in the 2016 Otago Southland Festival of Brass.
Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, Thin White Duke and Major Tom
will rise again - in Dunedin no less - despite it being
nearly three months since David Bowie died.
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