Fewer than 12 people from the South Island have signed up to
audition for MasterChef NZ, leaving organisers asking
A snatch and grab in broad daylight sparked an "Olympic" foot
chase through central Dunedin yesterday.
Although many scientists are warning of human-promoted
climate change, PeterFoster believes otherwise.
The Octagon sounded a little like Hell's kitchen on Saturday
afternoon as protesters smashed dinner plates and yelled
their discontent at the Government's plan to part-privatise
A Dunedin motel owner says the amount of rubbish students
leave on footpaths makes Dunedin look like a "Third World"
city and the council needs to crack down on the culprits.
Smoking on city streets significantly increases the amount of
dangerous fine particulates in the air, according to new
Otago University research.
Finding out a heritage building is "earthquake prone" is not
a death knell for the building, the Historic Places Trust
Highlander coach Jamie Joseph is viewing the season
positively but admits injuries took a toll on his team.
The University of Otago is more determined than ever to
tackle the "unacceptable" drinking culture among its students
and will be taking a more proactive approach to the problem,
Prof Jennie Connor says.
Revelations McDonald's will not build a restaurant in Mosgiel
"any time soon", have been called "a shame".
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