Students were subjected to a "tsunami'' at Moana Pool last
The "actioned-packed'' New Zealand International Film
Festival programme for Dunedin and Gore has been launched.
An application to build and operate a wind farm at Blueskin
Bay in Dunedin has been turned down, as it failed to meet
required standards to gain consent.
battled for supremacy at the Allied Press building yesterday
as the Pokemon Go craze took Dunedin by storm.
"Anyone else for Mapping the Universe?''
Police are reminding motorists to watch out for icy roads and
drive to the conditions following a crash on Dunedin's
Police are investigating why a loaded truck rolled on to its
side, closing one lane of State Highway 1 near Shag Point,
north of Palmerston, for most of yesterday.
State Highway 1, which was closed for a time between
Palmerston and Hampden while a truck was removed after
it crashed near Shag Point this morning, has reopened
Three inexperienced Dunedin surfers had a close call
yesterday after getting caught in a rip and being sucked out
For several minutes, it seemed an innovative "great big
science class'' would end not with a bang but a whimper in
Dunedin yesterday, when a liquid nitrogen "bomb'' failed to
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