part of Oamaru's industrial area was cordoned off and part of
the main southern main trunk line, after an explosive
substance was found in a bucket at a scrapyard this morning.
Hank Maclean will stand tall at the no doubt chilly West
Otago Showgrounds this morning, warm in the knowledge he is
on a special mission.
A man from Blenheim has saved the future of the 107-year-old
Waikouaiti Bowling Club.
Mahinerangi youngsters Becky (5, left) and Ollie (3) Vaughan
play in the snow under mum and dad Hayley and Dave Vaughan's
frozen washing on Waipori Station yesterday.
The pace on the Otago Central Rail Trail might pick up a
little later this year, as the Department of Conservation
reconsiders its policy on electric bikes.
Nasa's super balloon will not be launched tomorrow.
was the fifth driest month in Dunedin since records
started at Musselburgh in 1918.
An Air New Zealand flight from Dunedin was cancelled after
the plane was struck by lightning on its approach into the
city's airport this afternoon.
Mosgiel-Taieri residents will have another chance to have a
say on their preferences for a new pool complex in Mosgiel
Logan Park Drive, the road to the University Oval in Dunedin,
will be temporarily renamed Brendon McCullum Dr for the
duration of the Cricket World Cup.
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