A birthday celebration ''not so amazing race'' turned out to
be not so clever when an 80kmh crash left two passengers
injured and a parked car with more than $5000 damage, the
Dunedin District Court heard yesterday.
The physio pool fundraising campaign has had its biggest
donation to date - $300,000 from the Otago Community Trust.
Emergency services inspect a car which rolled on State
Highway 88, Sir John Thorn Dr, near Port Chalmers, yesterday
A 12-tonne concrete ramp that ''unhinged'' from the St Clair
seawall in this week's heavy seas risked damaging the wall as
it swung loose, the Dunedin City Council says.
A $21,000 generator will make a massive difference to a
Nepalese hospital dedicated to combating leprosy, and two
Dunedin medical students are determined their fundraising
drive will get it bought.
The future of what quarrying is allowed at Saddle Hill, in
Dunedin, is in the hands of the Environment Court, after both
the quarry owner and the Dunedin City Council argued their
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