Armed police swooped on a North Dunedin dairy after a shop
assistant was confronted by a masked man yesterday afternoon.
The crew of a French ship turned their attention to
friendship soon after they arrived in Dunedin yesterday.
"Nothing about the day was normal,'' Tony Denley said after
receiving a police award yesterday for his part in the rescue
of 21 Columba College pupils caught in a rip near Purakaunui
earlier this year.
Poor old Ngala needed a root canal.
Matthew Morgan, from Texas, shows how to make enchiladas
in a Tex-Mex style.
A small boat is refusing to move from the site where Texan
oil giant Anadarko intends to drill, despite the presence of
the huge drilling ship, called the Noble Bob Douglas, around
600 metres away.
Every available firefighter in Dunedin was rushed to an auto
dismantlers in Burnside this morning where a tyre fire sent
thick smoke into the air.
A man who was run over by his partner outside a Hamilton
superette is a gentle soul who was trying to help her through
some issues, a friend says.
The Dunedin City Council's first female chief executive is
pleased to be taking over in tough times.
A Christchurch police officer told a suspected drink driver
that any charges would go away if she performed oral sex on
him, a court heard today.
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