I'm about 5m off the ground, slowly spinning, while dangling
from a rope which has been looped over a tree branch.
protest outside the office of the city's only National MP
made its presence felt in central Dunedin yesterday as trade
ministers from around the world gathered in Auckland to sign
the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement.
Robbies Bar and Bistro owners Joy and Warren Jones are
feeling lucky despite a trip to the emergency department
after a fire at the restaurant last night.
ODT racing writer Matt Smith previews the weekend's racing
Jono Bredin can now be called an umpire and a referee.
Big hits and plenty of goals - nothing changes in masters ice
Dunedin Fringe Festival gala MC Tahu Mackenzie and Harvey
Penfold look through the 2016 programme at the festival
launch at Fringe HQ in Princes St last night.
Breast cancer and mass killings are sober topics you would
not normally associate with a fringe festival. However,
Rebecca Fox discovers anything is possible with the Dunedin
people were taken to hospital after a crash involving a
campervan driven by a German tourist near Karitane yesterday.
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