From family-friendly fare to risque ruminations, Otago's
premier arts festival continues to evolve, writes Shane
Kiwi Regional Air's last flight into Dunedin touched down
yesterday - although a little later than expected.
A firefighter extinguishes a blaze in a classic car on a
hoist in a South Dunedin workshop yesterday.
A huge line-up of "cutting-edge'' events was revealed last
night as the Arts Festival Dunedin programme was launched at
the Regent Theatre.
Firefighters saved a Dunedin mechanic's workshop from a fire
today, but a car was consumed by the blaze.
Work to protect an erosion-plagued section of Ocean Beach at
St Clair has been delayed yet again after a contractor erred
by overfilling a sand sausage.
frustrated business owner is tired of painting over graffiti
in central Dunedin.
Welcome to "the
circus'', also known as the world's steepest street.
Another Dunedin day, another stolen and torched car.
Detectives are investigating a string of car fires at the
weekend, the latest in a growing list of burnt-out cars
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