A hoax bomb threat at South Otago High School yesterday
afternoon has left police and school staff feeling frustrated
about the time wasted on the matter.
Kuia, held to be the world's most genetically important
female kakapo, has mated for the first time and laid three
eggs on Anchor Island in Dusky Sound, Fiordland.
The planned three-month closure of a bridge on the main
Catlins scenic route during a busy part of the tourist season
will severely hit businesses, locals say.
A tourist driver is facing two charges of careless driving
causing injury after a head-on crash on the
Glenorchy-Paradise Rd on Tuesday.
Who shot and killed a sea lion last month remains a mystery.
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