Power bills for many Otago consumers are dropping, thanks
to a rush of new players into the electricity retail market.
Part of a nationwide trend, small and medium-sized businesses
are taking on the big companies.
It appears someone is going "shopping'' in the laundry
hampers of North Dunedin residents, police say.
A visitor to Dunedin is in the unenviable position of having
to explain to a rental car company that a hired car is
Police are hunting a North Dunedin thief who leaves no leads
King's High School's board of trustees is standing firm and
completing an application to begin court proceedings against
the Ministry of Education.
Swiss expatriates sang and danced in Dunedin to celebrate
their national day on Saturday.
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