The Seacliff man accused of murdering his neighbour has
pleaded not guilty.
It's not that Frank Penny is ungrateful about receiving an
award for 75 years' service to the Masonic Lodge - the
96-year-old just refuses to believe he has done anything
particularly special to deserve it.
An operation to rid the Antipodes Islands of mice has begun.
Enrolments at the Otago Polytechnic have "remained strong''
despite a drop in numbers across the tertiary sector, chief
executive Phil Ker says.
The neon horse-and-rider sign on Dunedin's Meridian mall
nicknamed Can't Stop has stopped glowing and galloping but it
will race again.
Port Chalmers residents are being asked to conserve water
after a leak at the local water treatment plant.
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