These are experienced shoppers and stylists. Rebecca Fox
watches as a group from Otago Polytechnic's fashion school go
Careys Bay resident Hayden Smith is "shocked'' he will have
to foot the bill for repairs to a retaining wall damaged by
last June's downpour.
Testing a new zipline is serious business - and involves some
nerve and leather gloves.
A strange round of club rugby.
Dunedin's recycling crimes mean 70 tonnes of non-recyclable
rubbish ends up in council recycling wheelie bins each month.
A large number of Dunedin residents are off to see the
Wizard, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
ODT rugby correspondent Paul Dwyer talks of a Pirates and
Southern club merger with Southern's Tim Belcher.
A former Oamaru man stood and watched as tens of thousands of
Fort McMurray residents fled an out-of-control wildfire
burning the city in northern Alberta, Canada.
A woman was attacked by a dog while delivering prescription
medicine in Dunedin yesterday.
waterfront apartments and a large commercial space are part
of new plans for Dunedin's historic Loan and Mercantile
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