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Euphoria for fans of Foxes (+ video)

Euphoria for fans of Foxes (+ video)

Dreams do come true. Just ask John Hayden and Natalie Evans.

Safety spurs camera trial (+ video)

Safety spurs camera trial (+ video)

Dunedin parking officers are trialling a body camera because of ongoing concerns about abuse and violence from the public.

Proving flight a success; night services imminent (+ video)

Proving flight a success; night services imminent (+ video)

Queenstown's first commercial evening flight is scheduled to land this month, after Air New Zealand's first ‘‘proving flight'' was hailed a success.

St Clair fire treated as suspicious (+ video)

St Clair fire treated as suspicious (+ video)

Police are treating a fire that extensively damaged a unit in the Dunedin yesterday as suspicious.

Rugby: Pirates front but beaten comfortably (+ video)

Rugby: Pirates front but beaten comfortably (+ video)

A makeshift Pirates side fronted for its match with Taieri at Peter Johnstone Park and, while it was well beaten 68-19, it did manage to score three tries and contest the scrums up until the 55th minute.

Evil Meth (+ video)

Evil Meth (+ video) Speed, glass, ice, P or meth. These are just some of the names given to methamphetamine - the synthetic drug ripping apart lives across New Zealand. But one man has another name for the drug. He calls it "the devil".

Meal protesters demand changes (+ video)

Meal protesters demand changes (+ video)

The chant was loud and clear: "Kick Compass out''.

In the drink (+ video)

In the drink (+ video)

A 19-year-old man escaped uninjured after his ute left the road and crashed into Otago Harbour near Macandrew Bay, about 4.45pm yesterday.

Video: Ute ends up in Otago Harbour

Video: Ute ends up in Otago Harbour

A driver escaped uninjured after the ute he was driving ended up in Otago Harbour near Macandrew Bay before 5pm today.

Food protest: 'Stop the slop' (+ video)

Food protest: 'Stop the slop' (+ video)

About 300 people carrying signs with slogans including 'Stop the slop' staged a protest today about the quality of Dunedin Hospital food.

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