While temperatures around the South are forecast to rise
slightly today, the snow that blanketed the region yesterday
continues to cause problems for motorists this morning.
Negotiations over proposed across-the-board 5% funding cuts
might not be going as well as Southern District Health Board
chief executive Carole Heatly believes.
An ongoing police prevention operation seeking to highlight
the risks and issues associated with hunting in Clutha-Taieri
forestry blocks area has been hailed a success.
The Otago Regional Council's approval of minimum flow
requirements for the Pomahaka River in southwest Otago is a
''significant step in the protection of the river''.
Winds are expected to pick up in the lower South Island
tomorrow with the possibility of severe gales.
Changes may be in store for Otago's police stations after
police announced a nationwide review of station safety.
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