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Averil Gardiner outside court in Invercargill yesterday.

Owner of 25 cats denies charges laid by council

Invercargill City Council staff have been trying to reduce the number of cats kept on a city property for almost three and a-half years, the Invercargill District Court heard yesterday.

Delays at Nevis

Further rock stabilisation work to improve the safety of Nevis Bluff above State Highway 6 between Cromwell and Queenstown will start next month and mean temporary delays for motorists.

Arrest after Balclutha AOS callout

Arrest after Balclutha AOS callout

A farm worker is facing a charge of threatening to kill after an Armed Offenders Squad callout to a farm in the Balclutha area last night.

Fire bill could exceed $100,000

Fire bill could exceed $100,000

Dunedin Railways could face a bill of more than $100,000 if an investigation finds its excursion steam train was responsible for a trail of line-side fires between Oamaru and Maheno on Saturday.

Trout victims of low flows

Low river levels are putting pressure on Otago's trout fishery, Otago Fish and Game says.

Bluff drowning victim named

Bluff drowning victim named

Police have released the name of the man who drowned while collecting shellfish at Ocean Beach in Bluff yesterday.

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