Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Several hurt in Mosgiel party blast

Several hurt in Mosgiel party blast

A steel grass roller blew up after it was put on a Mosgiel bonfire early this morning, sending up to six people to hospital with minor burns.

Trucks targeted in safety clampdown

Trucks targeted in safety clampdown

Southern police are clamping down on truckies in the hope of curbing crash numbers.

Winter milder than average

Winter milder than average

Otago's ''brilliant'' winter weather may give way to a cooler spring, weather watchers predict.

Fly-past to farewell Brevet Club

Fly-past to farewell Brevet Club

Nothing can last forever, not the last of the summer wine and not the Otago Brevet Club. Star reporters Jonathan Chilton-Towle and Dan Hutchinson spoke to three of the six remaining members about why they have decided to end the club.

DCC reports on dog attacks

DCC reports on dog attacks

Almost 250 dog attacks were reported to the Dunedin City Council during the past 12 months.

100-year-old fan thrilled by special jersey

100-year-old fan thrilled by special jersey

Tom Galway did not want to stop wearing his limited edition Otago rugby jersey.

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