More than 100 people dotted the Octagon lawn yesterday for
the 2016 Robbie Rocks Dunedin competition.
Grace does not usually come to mind when you think of heavy
farm machinery, but it was in evidence when the tractors
danced at the Otago Taieri A&P Show.
Sea lions are making a comeback on the southern coast,
breeding numbers are slowly rising and new pups are
bolstering the population.
Reporter Vaughan Elder talks to a few people in the know
about the rise of a new generation of artists in Dunedin's
thriving underground music scene.
Demolition has begun at the site of the old Rosebank Sawmill
A rapid-charging device which will support the growing
popularity of electric cars is being installed at a Filleul
St, Dunedin, car park.
Dunedin CIB staff are investigating an incident early
yesterday at a Dunedin boarding house which left a
38-year-old man with serious injuries.
One of the worst-kept secrets in rugby was confirmed
yesterday - Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph is Japan-bound.
ODT racing writer Matt Smith previews the weekend's racing
A man is facing charges after an incident in Melville St,
Dunedin, this morning left another man with serious injuries.
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