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30kmh limit for Port during cruise season

30kmh limit for Port during cruise season

A reduced speed limit will again be in place in George St, Port Chalmers, for the peak of the cruise ship season.

Environmental society 'not playing fair'

Environmental society 'not playing fair'

When Southlander Jack Minty died in 2000, he left his daughter and three sons with a 137ha farm, in six titles, on the shores of Lake Wanaka.

Prime Range Meats given Chinese boost

A Chinese majority stake in Southland-based exporter Prime Range Meats is expected to include millions of dollars in factory redevelopment and boost job numbers by up to 40%.

Shot dog's owner wants cop to keep job

Shot dog's owner wants cop to keep job

The owner of a dog who was struck with a hunting arrow does not want to see the police officer, who has admitted to shooting the animal, lose his job.

'Short-term' terror laws until 2018

'Short-term' terror laws until 2018

Urgent law changes being introduced to combat the threat of "foreign fighters" will be in place until 2018, prompting opponents to question the Government's promise they would be "short-term" measures.

Scandal-plagued former US mayor dies

Scandal-plagued former US mayor dies

Marion Barry, the scandal-plagued former mayor of Washington, D.C., who was jailed for smoking crack cocaine before making a surprising return to office, has died aged 78.

NZer's body found in chilly bin

A Napier man has been found "cut into pieces" and stuffed into a chilly bin after detectives discovered the gruesome scene in rural Australia.

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