Corstophine bus users are happy but those on Otago Peninsula
are puzzled by the Otago Regional Council's latest decision
on public bus routes.
ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer tests his strength against the
smallest man in the Super 15, Highlanders halfback Fumiaki
Tanaka, as they talk about the team's improved performance
and the upcoming clash with the Force.
Prime Minister John Key says Justice Minister Judith Collins
has handled the Oravida situation "very poorly'', after she
admitted having dinner with the company's chairman.
It's the clash of the codes as the Highlanders take on a
Volts team stacked with internationals in the cricket nets.
Plans for a $100 million waterfront hotel have taken a step
forward with the Dunedin City Council and developers signing
a memorandum of understanding, it has been announced this
ODT racing writer Matt Smith gives his tips for the weekend's
The different ways of sending a rattling, homemade trolley
careening down a steep street were on display at the annual
Dunedin Trolley Derby yesterday.
Fans of everything comic, anime, gaming, zombie, Dr Who and
more dressed up in their best for the Armageddon Expo at the
More FM Arena at the Edgar Centre at the weekend.
The number of children swimming, biking and running may have
been down compared with previous years, but enthusiasm was
up, organisers of the Weet-Bix Kids Tryathlon say.
Hayden Meikle and Dave Cannan preview the final round of the
NZ Open golf tournament in Arrowtown.
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