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'Lucky' to survive cow encounter

'Lucky' to survive cow encounter

A Dunedin driver who crashed into a cow woke up in a smoke-filled car with an 18-wheeler truck bearing down on her.

No regrets over buying leg irons: Cull

No regrets over buying leg irons: Cull

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says he has ''no regrets'' about stepping in to buy leg irons destined for auction, despite new evidence they were used to hold camels, not Maori prisoners as had been believed.

Mothballing stadium an option

Mothballing stadium an option

The idea of mothballing Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium might raise eyebrows, but it is officially on the table for the Dunedin City Council.

Whistle to blow for stadium deals

Whistle to blow for stadium deals

The company which runs Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium faces an uncertain future as it eyes the expiration of deals with sponsors, members and even the Highlanders Super rugby franchise.

NZ: Land of the long don't care?

NZ: Land of the long don't care?

New Zealanders are interested in very little, if Prime Minister John Key is to be believed.

Mosgiel drivers off the pace

Mosgiel drivers off the pace

Slow drivers are fast becoming a problem in Mosgiel. And Senior Constable Karren Bye has had enough.

Airline backers line up to board the dream

Airline backers line up to board the dream

Farmer and cafe owner Fred Doherty dared to dream - but yesterday Otago Air began inching towards reality.

Security guard cops criticism after streaker 'smashed' (+video)

Security guard cops criticism after streaker 'smashed'  (+video)

A security guard who "smashed" a streaker at last night's All Black's game has been criticised by some viewers for the bruising tackle.

Virgin axes Australia flights

Virgin axes Australia flights

In a blow to Dunedin's travel and tourism industry, direct flights to and from Sydney and Melbourne this summer have been dropped.

Businessman slams leasehold 'parasite'

Businessman slams leasehold 'parasite'

Leasehold land is a ''parasite'' killing development in Dunedin, property owner and businessmen Alistair Broad says.

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