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This Freightliner truck, driven by Inky Tulloch, has been 'brought out of retirement' to take part in the Highlands Fling this weekend. Photo supplied.

Easter visitors spoilt for choice

Rabbits, racing and riesling will be the focus for thousands of visitors to Central Otago at Easter.

Wonderbox for Te Papa Shrek show

Wonderbox for Te Papa Shrek show

While a date for Te Papa's Shrek exhibition is yet to be set, a museum representative has been spending time in Tarras this week hearing the late celebrity sheep's story from those in his hometown.

Residents face an estimated 3.25% rates rise

Residents face an estimated 3.25% rates rise

Clutha district residents face a 3.25% rates rise, according to the council's draft annual plan released late last week.

Homicide inquiries launched after fatal North Otago crash

Homicide inquiries launched after fatal North Otago crash

Two shocked teenagers are being helped by victim support following the launch of two homicide investigations in North Otago yesterday.

Saddle safety measures considered

Saddle safety measures considered

Handrails or other safety structures are unlikely to be installed on a hazardous section of Mt Aspiring National Park's Cascade Saddle route, because track realignment or extra signs are considered more practical ways of preventing fatalities.

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