Otago Daily Times: National News

Heavy Easter traffic flows

Police will again be enforcing a reduced speed threshold of 4km/h during the official Easter holiday period.

Dan Carter falls for April Fool's prank

Dan Carter falls for April Fool's prank

Dan Carter might have made a fool of many defenders on the rugby field but it seems the All Blacks first five-eighths has fallen for an April Fool's Day joke.

Lawyer suspended for selling tinnie

A lawyer has been suspended for three years for selling a "tinnie" to an undercover police officer.

Toddler critical after near-drowning

A toddler is in a critical condition following a near-drowning incident on a Waikato dairy farm today.

Three men charged with inmate's murder

Three men charged with inmate's murder

Three men have been charged with murder after a prison inmate they allegedly attacked died on Monday.

Resignations as St Bede's controversy continues

A St Bede's Board of Trustee member has quit in the wake of a rowing controversy involving two pupils.

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