Crowds are flooding into the central city this afternoon as
Dunedin gears up for tonight's test between the All Blacks
and Wales at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Several All Blacks were taken to Dunedin Hospital this
Forecast heavy rain has prompted MetService to issue a severe
weather watch for parts of Otago over the weekend.
Safety improvements totalling $3 million have been earmarked
for State Highway 88, between Dunedin and Port Chalmers, and
the work could start next year.
Halfway Bush residents Gaynor Earl (86) and Phyl Beagley (85)
make unlikely activists but their petition to save a local
postbox just might be a success.
Police are still in the early stages of an investigation into
an alleged home invasion which left a 55-year-old Green
Island man with serious injuries.
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