It's not that Frank Penny is ungrateful about receiving an
award for 75 years' service to the Masonic Lodge - the
96-year-old just refuses to believe he has done anything
particularly special to deserve it.
The neon horse-and-rider sign on Dunedin's Meridian mall
nicknamed Can't Stop has stopped glowing and galloping but it
will race again.
A police officer attended an incident after a woman was hit
by a bus in Dunedin yesterday.
Two Otago volunteers were recognised for their work in search
and rescue at the New Zealand Search and Rescue Council
Awards at Parliament last night.
A man who assaulted two cyclists in separate incidents in
Portsmouth Dr/Fryatt St on a Saturday afternoon in December
has been sentenced to one year and one month's jail.
Port Chalmers residents are being asked to conserve water
after a leak at the local water treatment plant.
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