Three men on a lunchtime surf off the coast of Dunedin are
being heralded as heroes after a day trip to the beach went
horribly wrong for a large group of Dunedin schoolgirls.
The New Zealand Transport Agency plans to press ahead with
improvements to a deadly intersection as part of a push to
improve the safety of cyclists on Dunedin's one-way streets.
Dunedin-based The Gourmet Ice Cream Co is ceasing production
after a buyer could not be found for the 18-year-old niche
A year on from the financial meltdown at the Otago Rugby
Football Union and it seems everyone wants to look forward,
seeds of a new, or perhaps reformed, association of
ratepayers were sown in Dunedin last night.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis has been accused of
electioneering after turning a procedural item at yesterday's
Dunedin City Council meeting into an attack on council staff.
A grand old dame of the Dunedin streetscape is being brought
back to life by a Dunedin law firm.
The Otago Museum's new director is Dr Ian Griffin, a
British-born professional astronomer, museum specialist and
former Nasa head of public outreach.
A record crowd of up to 40,000 fans could pack Forsyth Barr
Stadium when Aerosmith headlines a major rock event in
What is the first thing that goes through a cyclist's head
when he is hit from behind by a car travelling at nearly
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