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Three bowled, nine to go

Three bowled, nine to go

Contractors wasted no time felling the first three of a dozen Ontario poplars to come down on Logan Park Dr in Dunedin yesterday.

Mates' marriage horrifies gay rights groups

Mates' marriage horrifies gay rights groups

Travis McIntosh and Matt McCormick wrote their wedding vows yesterday, brimming with ''nervous excitement'' about their big day.

Taps turned off at stadium's 'bar for the boys'

Taps turned off at stadium's 'bar for the boys'

Last drinks have been called for a male drinking bastion buried deep within the bowels of Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Liquor laws 'spanner in works' for Cook

Liquor laws 'spanner in works' for Cook

Plans to revive Dunedin's best-known student watering hole could be hampered by proposed new liquor laws.

Century of games in the Glasshouse

Century of games in the Glasshouse

By our count - and journalists are rarely incorrect, even Pam Corkery knows that - tomorrow will be the 100th major (or semi-major) game of organised sport at Forsyth Barr Stadium. Hey, that's only about $3 million per game. Sports editor Hayden Meikle and rugby writer Steve Hepburn look back over the past 99 matches and pick a thrill or two.

Round and round they go

Round and round they go

Contractors monitor a temporary roundabout at the intersection of Princes, Rattray, Stafford, Jetty and Manse Sts in Dunedin yesterday morning.

Deep debt for our future doctors

Deep debt for our future doctors

University of Otago medical student Alex Hedley is unsure how he is going to come up with $20,000 to pay for his last year of study.

With a wave, it was gone, paid by wrong card

With a wave, it was gone, paid by wrong card

A credit card inside a wallet, inside a pocket, is settling bills without its owner's knowledge.

Dunedin concert for Lorde

Dunedin concert for Lorde

Chart-topper Lorde will perform at the Dunedin Town Hall on October 29.

Teen, school at odds on hairstyle

Teen, school at odds on hairstyle Kurtis Bain describes his hairstyle as ''funky'' but Taieri College sees it as ''extreme''.
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