She donned her first pair of boots in 1978 and dedicated
herself to punk for the next 20 years, documenting New
Zealand's underground music and performance poetry scene
along the way.
The family of Taieri woman Gayle Hall, who died in a car
crash 400m from her home on Wednesday, is coping with her
death "one hour at a time", a family friend says.
Tui Norman rides a maroon mobility scooter to match her
People whose homes were flattened in Wednesday's earthquake
in China were last night sheltering in tents, waiting for
help, the uncle of a man caught up in the disaster says.
Gayle Hall, the mother of paralympic gold medallist Adam
Hall, has died in a car crash south of Dunedin.
A man was arrested after a police pursuit of a speeding
vehicle ended in a crash about 20km south of Dunedin
The first rain during the day for a week made Dunedin roads
greasy yesterday, prompting police to issue a reminder to
She lives with Italian nuns who hardly speak a word of
English and enforce an 8pm curfew, gets up at 5.30am and
dances seven and a-half hours a day - twice a week in the
evening, too - and loves it.
A 13-year-old Invercargill boy has admitted to shaking a
baby, leaving her with critical head injuries, police say.
A decomposing human body was not what he had come to
Fiordland looking for, the hunter who made the discovery near
a remote Fiordland creek says.
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