A register of Dunedin's earthquake-prone buildings has been
made public for the first time, but it is likely to represent
only the tip of the iceberg, the Dunedin City Council says.
best knowing as little as possible about how both laws and
sausages are made, Prime Minister John Key joked on a visit
to Dunedin yesterday.
Rotary Club Daffodil Project co-ordinator Graeme Leith shows
off Christmas Cheer (left) and Professor Einstein (right),
two of the up to 20 varieties of daffodils that will be on
sale for charity in central Dunedin from today until
Dunedin's street lights failed to fire last night after a
fault with an inner-city sensor.
Dog owners are being reminded they could face prosecution or
fines if their dog disturbs, harasses, harms, injures or
kills a protected New Zealand fur seal.
The University of Otago is taking one of its business degrees
to the world by offering it over the web.
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