Ahead of the arrival of 45 Syrian refugees to Dunedin,
reporter Vaughan Elder and videographer Craig Baxter visited
the Mangere Refugee Resettlement Centre in Auckland to hear
some of their stories.
Otago Daily Times rugby correspondent Paul Dwyer catches
up with Mark Scully, the sponsor of the tipping competition
in the ODT, and Otago Rugby Union general manager
Richard Emerson has brought new meaning to the words ‘‘mini
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman tried to draw a line under
the Dunedin Hospital food controversy by sampling the meals
at a hastily arranged luncheon yesterday.
Seldom does one come across an ancient Cyrus cylinder while
delving through a second-hand goods sale.
Minister Dr Jonathan Coleman has praised the ''standard Kiwi
fare'' he sampled at Dunedin Hospital today, and says there
is ''nothing wrong'' with the meals.
A fake grenade forced an evacuation and a police cordon at a
Dunedin wharf yesterday.
A Dunedin dance troupe is getting ready to take on the world
after qualifying at a recent national competition.
The 14-year-old boy who was allegedly driving a stolen car
that rammed a police car on Wednesday has had his bail
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