Two members of a defunct Dunedin bowling club have been made
bankrupt after failing to return monies wrongfully taken by
them from the sale of the club's Dunedin premises.
Police have criticised ''drunken idiocy and disorder'' after
a group of about 200 youths tried to enter a party in Mosgiel
on Saturday night but then began to ''yell, fight and smash
bottles and cause general disorder'' in nearby Memorial Park.
Spare a thought for Warren Goodwin.
Dozens of surfers took to St Clair Beach yesterday to mark
the centenary of Duke Kahanamoku's visit to Dunedin.
More than 1000 children competed in the Weet Bix Kids
TRYathlon at Memorial Park in Mosgiel yesterday.
Love hurts: injuries sustained during sex have hit a six year
high, ACC figures reveal.
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