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Tourism the new star

Tourism the new star

The booming tourism industry, expected to overtake dairy as New Zealand's biggest export earner this year, means not all is ''doom and gloom'' in the New Zealand economy.

City's coffee culture expanding exponentially

City's coffee culture expanding exponentially

Dust off your casual best, coffee fans - there will be a bunch of new cafes and eateries to visit in Dunedin over the next few months.

Harbour pontoon perfect place for sunning seal

Harbour pontoon perfect place for sunning seal

A balmy winter morning in Dunedin was deemed just perfect by a 2m, 150kg leopard seal that sunned itself on a pontoon in the Steamer Basin in the upper harbour yesterday.

Trade deal protesters make their point

Trade deal protesters make their point

Protesters have descended on the Octagon to rally against the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Here's mud in your eye

Here's mud in your eye

It's all fun and games until someone throws mud in your eye.

Kiwi lawyer at centre of taxi trap

Kiwi lawyer at centre of taxi trap

A Kiwi lawyer was rescued from beneath a London cab by a crowd of bystanders who worked together to lift the vehicle off the ground.

Thousands turn up to rally against TPP

Thousands turn up to rally against TPP

Thousands of people have turned up to protest against the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Dunedin and across the country today

'You can see the trauma on their faces.'

'You can see the trauma on their faces.' Of 21 drivers at the Dunedin KiwiRail depot, just six, at most, have not been involved in a level-crossing collision with a car or pedestrian.

Victim of fire has 'lost everything'

Victim of fire has 'lost everything'

The victim of a house fire in South Dunedin says he has ''lost everything''.

'Killer Robots a reality?' See Saturday's ODT

'Killer Robots a reality?' See Saturday's ODT

Killer Robots could be a reality within years, not decades, experts warn. See The Weekend Mix in tomorrow's Otago Daily Times for an exploration of autonomous battlefield robots and New Zealand's role in what has been called the ``biggest moral question of our generation''.

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