The Dunedin City Council has chosen a new chief executive.
The Government has confirmed plans to sell down its stake in
Air New Zealand, with 20 per cent of the shares on sale from
Smartphones and sex education programmes are leading children
as young as intermediate age to experiment with sex, a
Dunedin counsellor says.
A plan to replace hundreds of Dunedin's inner-city parking
spaces with cycleways has been labelled ''utter lunacy'' by
Golden Centre shopping mall general manager Simon Eddy.
A YouTube clip of eight Dunedin students chugging beer from a
homemade ''Octobong'' is proving a worldwide hit.
Willie Jackson and John Tamihere will be off air after today.
More details of how the Dunedin City Council will deal with
the parking changes required if it opts for separated cycle
lanes on arterial routes have been released in consultation
Urgent action by the Government is needed to protect the
investments of more than 30,000 New Zealanders in
infrastructure company Chorus, Craigs Investment Partners
broker Chris Timms says.
Auckland police have rejected suggestions an inquiry into the
"Roast Busters" group was affected by the involvement of a
police officer's son.
People should get off the ''high-fat bandwagon'' and dismiss
a recent article that promotes a diet of saturated fats,
University of Otago human nutrition professor Jim Mann says.
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