The learner driver who killed two Mosgiel siblings -
including his then girlfriend - on the Southern motorway has
been sentenced to almost five years' jail.
After a long silence, the voices of cafe-goers will soon
be buzzing again in the Standard Building near the Exchange.
John Gibb delves into the building's history.
The 4.7-magnitude earthquake that rocked parts of Otago last
night was believed to be the strongest experienced in the
region since 1974.
Giving private investors an opportunity to invest in the
provision of mental health social services and make money
from them could have disastrous consequences, the Methodist
A tui lands on a bird-feeder in a North Dunedin garden during
the first day of winter yesterday.
An online petition organised by the New Zealand Medical
Students' Association calling for the removal of a new loan
cap had nearly 19,000 signatures last night.
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