Families may have to
pay more as schools face an operations grant freeze that
threatens pupils' education.
Clothing hanging too close to an open fire is the likely
cause of a house fire near Portobello on Monday night.
A tribe of larger-than-life clay figures will take up
residence in the gardens of Glenfalloch, in Dunedin, today.
Dunedin's and New Zealand's volunteer chief fire officers
will be retained despite the present restructure and concern
from members of the public the role might be disestablished.
When Dunedin's proposed central bus hub is eventually
established, some "bus buddies'' could be there to help.
A dangerous Dunedin dog which bit a boy is to be rehomed.
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