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On the move (+ video)

On the move (+ video)

Otago Polytechnic graduands move along George St, Dunedin, shortly before the end of the polytechnic's latest pre-graduation parade yesterday.

iD Fashion Week - it's all on (+ video)

iD Fashion Week - it's all on (+ video)

The 17th edition of Dunedin's iD Fashion week is set to flounce poised and imperious into the city this week.

Video: Otago Polytechnic Graduation Parade

Video: Otago Polytechnic Graduation Parade

Some of the 400 people graduating from the Otago Polytechnic on Friday parade down George Street on there way to the Dunedin Town Hall for their graduation ceremony.

Recovery after wild winds whip through (+ video)

Recovery after wild winds whip through  (+ video)

Aurora Energy says power has been restored to all but 38 Dunedin homes after yesterday's severe gales downed and damaged power lines throughout the region.  

Video: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

Video: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

ODT racing writer Matt Smith previews the weekend's racing action.

A degree of satisfaction from studies (+ video)

A degree of satisfaction from studies (+ video)

At the age of 68, Mike Smith is discovering life still holds plenty of surprises.

Pig in a poke: garden thief caught (+ video)

Pig in a poke: garden thief caught (+ video)

Archie Ross had the look of a man who had brought home the bacon yesterday.

Brain Week activities to begin (+ video)

Brain Week activities to begin (+ video)

If you want to learn more about the power of the mind, your chance will come when Brain Week Otago activities start in Dunedin today.

‘Sex clown’ sends up gender, sexuality issues (+ video)

‘Sex clown’ sends up gender, sexuality issues (+ video)

The self-proclaimed ‘‘fairy godmother of bent burlesque'' is set to send up gender and sexuality issues in her Dunedin Fringe Festival show.

High winds cut power to thousands (+ video)

High winds cut power to thousands  (+ video)

High winds cut power to more than 10,000 homes in the South today, and more than 3600 may remain without power overnight. 

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