Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

South shivers in wintry blast

South shivers in wintry blast

Roads are reopening after a wintry blast hit the South this morning,but power remains out for some users and motorists are advised to take caution on many of the region's roads.

Got permission, easy as pie

Got permission, easy as pie

When Dennis Kirkpatrick, owner of Jimmy's Pies, received a phone call from actor Ryan Richards asking for permission to use the Roxburgh pie business in his play A Boy Wonder, the pie master was ''flattered''.

Council may bring forward Exchange works

Council may bring forward Exchange works

The first stage of Dunedin's planned $37.1 million central city improvement programme could be brought forward to fix a fading Exchange Square.

'No public risk' from asbestos fibres unearthed at BMX park

'No public risk' from asbestos fibres unearthed at BMX park

Asbestos uncovered by volunteers working at the Forrester Park BMX track is likely to be buried again, the Dunedin City Council says.

'Cowardly' attack on boy

'Cowardly' attack on boy

A 17-year-old boy was in Dunedin Hospital yesterday with serious injuries after a vicious assault outside a party in North Dunedin on Saturday night.

Gallipoli remembered

Gallipoli remembered

The Cantores Choir of the Otago University Students' Association, commemorates the centenary of Gallipoli at Dunedin's Railway Station last night.

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