Early morning fog lingering around areas of the North Island
this morning is expected to clear by mid-morning, making way
for some sun and warmer temperatures.
A suburban Dunedin tavern is set to reopen in the coming
months after closing last year.
One of Dunedin's top organists has been appointed to one of
the world's most prestigious organist jobs in Sweden.
The Fire Service in Dunedin is searching for a new risk
management officer, after the incumbent decided to return to
Moana Pool plant supervisor Brent Cunningham holds on to one
of the 18 5kg 89W energy efficient LED lights which are
replacing 16-year-old 40kg 250W lamps (front) at the pool.
A Japanese medical student holidaying in New Zealand has been
allowed to go home after paying $1000 reparation to a teenage
driver injured in a two-vehicle crash near Henley last month.
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