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Students kayak down Leith River (+ video)

Students kayak down Leith River (+ video)

A group of students made the most of today's wet weather, kayaking down a flooded Water of Leith.

Video: Undie-clad student makes a splash

Video: Undie-clad student makes a splash

What's the first thing you do when your street floods?

Mayor, councillors step up to help charity (+ video)

Mayor, councillors step up to help charity (+ video)

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull did his part for charity by helping train rural firefighters for the Firefighter Sky Tower Stair Challenge yesterday.

In the pink (+ video)

In the pink (+ video)

Fashion parades, an auction, raffles and a special performance by one of New Zealand's most successful singer-songwriters helped to raise $9100 for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation in Queenstown yesterday.

Captain Cook sets sail on new voyage (+ video)

Captain Cook sets sail on new voyage (+ video)

New Zealand's "most famous pub'', the Captain Cook, is reopening today as a gastro-themed pub for more than just students.

Masked man may be dairy robber (+ video)

Masked man may be dairy robber (+ video)

The bumbling, "chubby'' thief who robbed a Brighton dairy on Sunday might have thought about robbing the Caversham Dairy half an hour earlier.

Hunt on after Brighton dairy robbed (+ video)

Hunt on after Brighton dairy robbed (+ video)

Police are scouring Brighton for a man said to be armed with a screwdriver following a robbery at the township's dairy tonight.

Flatmates escape Castle St blaze (+ video)

Flatmates escape Castle St blaze (+ video) The Fire Service says the men who escaped a Castle St flat fire are lucky to be alive, as smoke alarms installed in the house had been taken down and stowed away.

Refugees find face of humanity (+ video)

Refugees find face of humanity (+ video)

After three weeks in Dunedin, Syrian refugee Wafaa Al Ashram has found a warm face of humanity that has long been missing back home.

'Respect' call after protesters bar entry (+ video)

'Respect' call after protesters bar entry (+ video)

An 85-year-old woman blocked from entering a Dunedin ANZ has called on protesters to have "more respect for people''.

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