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McGlashan captain signs with Broncos (+ video)

McGlashan captain signs with Broncos (+ video)

He is used to being surrounded by cows but is about to become a Bronco.

A life transformed (+ video)

A life transformed  (+ video)

Dunedin rugby fan and father of four boys under 6 Kalani Malae is making a lifestyle change for his family.

Policewomen scale the heights for anniversary (+ video)

Policewomen scale the heights for anniversary (+ video)

The heights of Baldwin St took a toll but did not defeat Dunedin's police personnel as they transported the torch marking the 75th anniversary of women in policing to the top.

Unions protest erosion of workers' rights (+ video)

Unions protest erosion of workers' rights (+ video)

The "increasing marginalisation'' of workers' rights was the subject of a union protest outside Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety Michael Woodhouse's office yesterday.

Police saying little about TAB robbery (+ video)

Police saying little about TAB robbery (+ video)

All bets are off as police and officials remain tight-lipped over an armed robbery at the South Dunedin branch of the TAB on Saturday night.

Armed robbery at South Dunedin TAB (+ video)

Armed robbery at South Dunedin TAB (+ video)

Dunedin Police are looking for a man after the armed robbery of a TAB in South Dunedin last night.

Huge home show at stadium will offer 'the best'

Huge home show at stadium will offer 'the best'

A big home show "like no other'' is set to be held under the roof of Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Grit expectations not met as contract begins (+ video)

Grit expectations not met as  contract begins (+ video)

Downer's new $45 million road maintenance contract got off to a slippery start yesterday, with the contractor failing to grit some of Dunedin's icy roads by its 7.30am deadline.

Winter’s back: at least 15 crashes on ice (+ video)

Winter’s back: at least 15 crashes on ice (+ video)

Black ice made driving difficult for many in the South yesterday.

Pupils make bandanas to brighten up patients’ lives (+ video)

Pupils make bandanas to brighten up patients’ lives (+ video)

Tie-dyed hues of pink, green and blue and the smiles of six Arthur Street School pupils brightened up the Dunedin Hospital Oncology ward yesterday.

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