Once international, always international.
Collecting for the Pink Ribbon appeal in the Exchange in
Dunedin yesterday are (from left) Kirsten Norquay, Andrew
Bird and Jan Waters.
The driver of a car involved in a crash described as a
''lucky escape'' had spent the day drinking in Dunedin before
attempting to drive home to Christchurch, police say.
The woman who received serious burns to the inside of her
throat in Wednesday's Saddle Hill fire has been discharged
from Dunedin Hospital.
Nearly one in five New Zealand parents are having to work two
jobs to make enough money to support their children's
learning, a Monash University and Australian Scholarships
Group Education Programmes survey has found.
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