He is used to being surrounded by cows but is about to become
Dunedin rugby fan and father of four boys under 6 Kalani
Malae is making a lifestyle change for his family.
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.
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.
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.
Dunedin Police are looking for a man after the armed robbery
of a TAB in South Dunedin last night.
A big home show "like no other'' is set to be held under the
roof of Forsyth Barr Stadium.
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.
Black ice made driving difficult for many in the South
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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