Southern areas are copping another hit from the weather this
weekend as a wintry blast sweeps up the country.
Pressure on landlords to provide warm and dry
accommodation is raising rents and putting some people on the
street. Shawn McAvinue reports.
Debate over the future of Dunedin's Steamer Basin remains a
battleground for some.
The removal of St Clair's bungled cycleway infrastructure has
begun, and is expected to be complete within a week.
Last month it was rotten apples, loaves of mouldy bread and
stinky yoghurt past its use-by date.
A Dunedin neurosurgeon has made an emotional plea for New
Zealand to provide a safe haven for his fellow Syrians. Dr
Ahmad Taha helped three of his siblings and their families
escape the conflict and gain residency. All have settled in
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