Described by an Air New Zealand pilot as ''the go-kart of the
skies'' - a powerful plane pilots loved to fly - the
company's 737 fleet has flown its last commercial flight in
Australians are being encouraged by Queenstown's tourism body
to pull a sickie and fly to the resort for a long weekend.
A University of Otago scientist, who took a ''complicated
path'' to Dunedin, won a $25,000 grant for women in science
at a ceremony in Sydney last night.
A worker cleans up as a traffic island is removed on the
corner of Hargest Cres and Richardson St in St Clair,
A combined choir and orchestra was the first of 16 acts to
perform at the 46th annual Otago Secondary Schools' Music
Festival at the Dunedin Town Hall last night.
Attention rockers, grow the hair out, prime the wardrobe and
channel the inner metal because Ozzy Osbourne's Black Sabbath
is coming to Dunedin.
Black Sabbath have confirmed they'll be touring one last time
- and have added Dunedin to their world tour.
Most of the rugby world would love to knock over the All
Blacks. And a group of South Dunedin rest home residents know
how to do it.
A ram-raid in Dunedin yesterday left a liquor shop manager
ODT racing writer Matt Smith previews the weekend's racing
cars for sale
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