Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Car park penalty 'unlawful'

Car park penalty 'unlawful'

Southern lawyers say motorists hit by a $65 fine or ''breach notice'' charged by a private car park provider at its pay and display machines have been handed a penalty that is not legal.

City in line for summit

Dunedin's Unesco City of Literature status could be about to deliver its first big coup, after the city was named as a finalist to secure an international writers' summit.

Departure date for 'Melilla 201' unknown

The Korean flagged ship Melilla 201 is expected to sail soon, Port Otago chief executive Geoff Plunket says.

Passing motorists' fire efforts praised

Passing motorists' fire efforts praised

A Taieri couple want to thank the motorists who stopped and helped put out a roadside fire which could have caused a ''conflagration'' on their property if it had got out of control.

'Ridiculous' parking fine: $5.90 a minute

'Ridiculous' parking fine: $5.90 a minute

A Dunedin woman has reacted to what she has described as an ''unbelievable'' and ''extraordinary'' $65 parking fine she received at a car park at Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Jake helps tackle grass fire; 'awesome job'

Jake helps tackle grass fire; 'awesome job'

A teenage farmhand became an unintentional hero after helping keep a potentially disastrous scrub fire at bay.

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