A driver sped away "laughing'' after colliding with an
elderly woman's vehicle in central Dunedin this evening, a
witness to the incident says.
The first woman to become head of road policing in the
Southern District is aiming to make Otago's roads the safest
in the country.
City councillors will be able to attend and vote at meetings
remotely, after a vote yesterday to approve the practice.
A digger dredging the Port Otago basin at Port Chalmers fills
a barge yesterday while a tug tows in a second.
The organisers of a concert to benefit South Dunedin
residents are expecting a flood of support on Friday.
The Dunedin City Council will call on the Government to add a
third gender option in the next census, after a councillor
suggested ''intersex'' be included alongside ''male'' and
''female'' in 2018.
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