Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Snap decision pays off as teens buttonhole 'Bond'

Snap decision pays off as teens buttonhole 'Bond'

A pair of cheeky teens chased down the man who plays James Bond through central Dunedin ''for a couple of quick selfies'' yesterday.

Answers sought over black outs

Answers sought over black outs

The Dunedin City Council is seeking answers from its own lines company, Aurora Energy Ltd, after the third street-light blackout in the city in less than two months.

Subdivision plan come swith cat ban

Subdivision plan come swith cat ban

A Dunedin landowner is offering a cat ban as part of a move to protect a prominent, bush-clad part of Otago Peninsula.

Bookbus use still being monitored

Bookbus use still being monitored

Mosgiel's Bookbus service is safe for now, though there has been no noticeable change in patronage since the matter was raised with the community board in July.

Riding for Disabled aims to hit the trails

Riding for Disabled aims to hit the trails

Riding for the Disabled Dunedin has some big plans for the future, which could include recreational riding trails built around its Fairfield base.

All they need for Christmas is a locator beacon: pilot

Three hunters may feel Christmas has come early after their rescue from freezing conditions, but the helicopter pilot who flew them to safety believes there is one present they still need come December.

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