Dunedin police are disappointed by the poor driving displayed
by central city motorists yesterday during an early morning
red light and cellphone blitz.
Landlords of substandard properties need to shape up their
business or sell up, a Dunedin minister says.
The Otago Regional
Council is annoyed a group of artists have painted a mural on
a Water of Leith wall without first gaining council
An animated video clip depicting the chief executive as a
dancing Christmas elf has reportedly ''stunned'' some doctors
at the Southern District Health Board.
A cat suffered up to two days' agony after her leg was
crushed and broken in a prohibited gin trap in Dunedin, and
her owners want to make sure other cats do not end up in the
Two of Otago's coastal recreation spots are among 14%
nationally where water quality is considered to be at high
risk for swimming.
With the loss of further Government services from Dunedin,
Labour's Economic Development spokesman David Clark asks how
long the Government can ignore economic evidence without
facing a backlash.
Dunedin International Airport's new chief executive, Richard
Roberts, may have his roots in the United Kingdom - but his
heart is firmly in Otago.
Lifting New Zealand children off the National Deprivation
Index is one of the main goals next year for Prime Minister
The Highlanders have posted a $57,000 profit for the past
year on the back of what it says are good crowds.
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