ODT rugby correspondent Paul Dwyer talks about the Dunedin
club rugby crisis with Lance Spence and Chris Hart.
It doesn't matter what they tell you, nothing can prepare you
for eating a chilli registering about 2 million on the
Scoville Heat Unit (shu) scale.
The ‘‘third-world'' roading conditions being created by
Dunedin City Council contractors while renewing the water
mains in Kaikorai is leaving some residents angry and
impatient for it to be finished.
Larger cruise ships on their way to Dunedin will come with
pressure for new tourism operations and exacerbate problems
with already congested bus parking.
A king penguin-skin muff has made a ‘‘long journey home'' to
Dunedin from Canada, more than 130 years after it was bought
in the city.
The first of a series of flight tests for the newly installed
runway, taxiway, approach and apron lights at Queenstown
Airport lit up the facility last night.
A fire-damaged building at 389 Princes St is the latest to be
targeted for heritage redevelopment, and could spark wider
changes to the area.
Care for a cuddle with your cappuccino?
For one little girl, Dunedin's dawn service on Anzac Day was
Thousands turned out
around Otago yesterday for parades and services to honour
those who served in New Zealand's armed forces.
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