The tourist driver that killed Oamaru 5-year-old Ruby Marris
faces his first night behind bars after his appeal against
imprisonment was dismissed.
Police have located two Dunedin men who had not been seen
since noon yesterday.
Police are still in the ''very early'' stages of the
investigation into the crash that killed 18-year-old Nakita
May Strange and it is unclear when charges will be laid.
Property was stolen from several cars parked on Dunedin
streets and police suspect the unlawful entries are linked.
Compared with life in South America, Dunedin can be a bit
cold and dull at this time of year.
A ''catch-22'' legal problem involving a quarry on Otago
Peninsula means all parties, including the applicant and many
submitters, may have been wasting their time attending a
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