Cowboys, cowgirls and boisterous bandits chugged out of
Dunedin Railway Station aboard the Cadbury Crunchie Train
The year was 1981. New Zealand was in turmoil.
ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer talks to Southern's Tei Walden
and Taieri's Charlie O'Connell ahead of this weekends Dunedin
Premier Rugby Competition semi-finals..
A Dunedin family man battling a rare brain cancer is working
hard to return home.
is a reason why table tennis is not usually played outside.
Police have arrested two Dunedin men after a man was shot
during a home invasion.
A wanted man is still evading police, after the armed
offenders squad closed a Calton Hill street for the second
time in as many weeks.
Students stormed out of a university council meeting
yesterday after the council voted against adding a student-
or staff-elected representative.
Dunedin's historic warehouse precinct has been given another
boost with Gallaway Cook Allan confirming it will move into a
vacant part of the Dalgety and Co building in Vogel St.
Dunedin's historic courthouse was opened briefly yesterday as
Ministry of Justice officials walked media through the
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