Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Sentence 'sends a message'

Sentence 'sends a message'

It is a prison term that sends a clear message: it is ''not OK for you to drink and drive and kill your mates'', the Mosgiel father of a teenage drink-driving victim says.

Tears as couple's fears expressed

Tears as couple's fears expressed

A man broke down and cried in Dunedin yesterday while talking about a new proposed road and subdivision in Mosgiel.

Time to go, stadium head says

Time to go, stadium head says

Changes to the way Forsyth Barr Stadium is run will allow it to push for bigger acts, the outgoing chairman of the company which runs the facility says.

Opening day for school's redevelopment

Opening day for school's redevelopment

St Clair School pupils perform a powhiri for Education Minister Hekia Parata, who officially opened the school's $1.8 million redevelopment yesterday.

Blast off

Blast off

Launching a rocket from Robin Hood Park in Dunedin last night are (from left) Josh Meikle (15), Zade Fairweather (15), Jess Blyth (16) and rocket scientist Romain Garby.

Warning for drivers as booze limit lowers

Warning for drivers as booze limit lowers

If you drive don't drink and if you drink don't drive. That is the message from Southern police.

ODT/directory - Local Businesses

CompanyLocationBusiness Type
Forman Building Systems LtdDunedinBuilders
Absolutely Fabulous Flowers LtdDunedinFlorists
Elf Family ToysDunedinChildrens Clothes & Toys
109 DesignAlexandraLandscape Gardeners
Syndicate content