Ten-metre waves, whipped up deep in subantarctic waters,
crashed into the Otago coast yesterday, preventing ships from
entering the harbour and giving Dunedin beach defences a good
The group of death is in town.
Over the four-plus years of this column's lifetime, we have
been privileged to publish many outstanding photographs taken
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register at the Star Regent 24 hour Book Sale rang to the
tune of nearly $70,000.
investigating the aggravated robbery of a Dunedin dairy.
While everyone else was working up a sweat racing around the
stalls at The Star Regent 24-hour Book Sale yesterday, the
chaotic dash for books barely raised Morris Hall's
report Matt Smith gives his racing tips for the weekend.
fast bowler Tim Southee might be hoping to leave his mark on
a few English batsmen in tonight's opening test at Lord's but
he's had to apoligise to a female journalist after hitting
her during batting practice overnight.
corespondent Paul Dwyer talks to Rahul Das, Univeristy
Premier Rugby Coach and Football South chairman Matthew
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