Dunedin's recycling crimes mean 70 tonnes of non-recyclable
rubbish ends up in council recycling wheelie bins each month.
A large number of Dunedin residents are off to see the
Wizard, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
ODT rugby correspondent Paul Dwyer talks of a Pirates and
Southern club merger with Southern's Tim Belcher.
A former Oamaru man stood and watched as tens of thousands of
Fort McMurray residents fled an out-of-control wildfire
burning the city in northern Alberta, Canada.
A woman was attacked by a dog while delivering prescription
medicine in Dunedin yesterday.
waterfront apartments and a large commercial space are part
of new plans for Dunedin's historic Loan and Mercantile
Dreams do come true. Just ask John Hayden and Natalie Evans.
Dunedin parking officers are trialling a body camera because
of ongoing concerns about abuse and violence from the public.
Queenstown's first commercial evening flight is scheduled to
land this month, after Air New Zealand's first ‘‘proving
flight'' was hailed a success.
Police are treating a fire that extensively damaged a unit in
the Dunedin yesterday as suspicious.
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