A group of students made the most of today's wet weather,
kayaking down a flooded Water of Leith.
What's the first thing you do when your street floods?
Mayor Dave Cull did his part for charity by helping train
rural firefighters for the Firefighter Sky Tower Stair
Fashion parades, an auction, raffles and a special
performance by one of New Zealand's most successful
singer-songwriters helped to raise $9100 for the New Zealand
Breast Cancer Foundation in Queenstown yesterday.
New Zealand's "most famous pub'', the Captain Cook, is
reopening today as a gastro-themed pub for more than just
The bumbling, "chubby'' thief who robbed a Brighton dairy on
Sunday might have thought about robbing the Caversham Dairy
half an hour earlier.
Police are scouring Brighton for a man said to be armed with
a screwdriver following a robbery at the township's dairy
After three weeks in Dunedin, Syrian refugee Wafaa Al Ashram
has found a warm face of humanity that has long been missing
An 85-year-old woman blocked from entering a Dunedin ANZ has
called on protesters to have "more respect for people''.
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