Youngsters Kairangi and Anahera Koni might be names worth
keeping an eye on in the future.
Immigration New Zealand has done a U-turn and will allow a
Portuguese man into the country after initially denying him
on the grounds ‘‘his intentions were not genuine''.
Dunedin is finally plugging in to the electric vehicle
movement, and what is thought to be the city's first
recharging station is now open in Waitati.
If breakfast numbers are anything to go by, cycling is on the
rise in Dunedin.
The 172ha Taiaroa Head property put on the market on Tuesday
is ‘‘sensitive land'' under the Overseas Investment Act,
meaning any overseas buyer would have to prove their worth
The New Zealand Defence Force says it regrets concern caused
to the public by one of its members training with a gun at
the Oval, in Dunedin.
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