New Zealand is the land of milk and honey - if you have the
money, food bank staff say, as meat and milk hit record
Dunedin police are cracking down on dodgy driving, after a
double-digit increase in central-city crashes.
A costly consent hearing is being blamed for Veggie Boys'
Mosgiel store withering economically and it will close at the
end of the month.
The $100,000 cost to date for traffic barriers and signs at
the corner of Anzac Ave and Frederick St is lunacy, a Dunedin
city councillor says.
A Dunedin driver who crashed into a cow woke up in a
smoke-filled car with an 18-wheeler truck bearing down on
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.
The idea of mothballing Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium might
raise eyebrows, but it is officially on the table for the
Dunedin City Council.
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
New Zealanders are interested in very little, if Prime
Minister John Key is to be believed.
Slow drivers are fast becoming a problem in Mosgiel. And
Senior Constable Karren Bye has had enough.
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