ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer talks to Highlanders Aaron
Smith and Tei Walden as they take guitar lessons at the
University of Otago Music Department.
The Serbian under-20 football team spent time with fans in
Dunedin's Octagon yesterday to thank them for a ''perfect
experience'' during the Fifa Under-20 World Cup.
responsible for the death of Oamaru 5-year-old Ruby
Jay Marris has been jailed.
A Nomad Safaris truck has rolled on ice near Queenstown this
courtesy One News.
Dunedin residents are cleaning up the aftermath of what's
being described as a one-in-100-year flood.
The full scale of destruction across Dunedin will be revealed
this morning after a day of record rainfall drenched the
Power has been cut to 150 East Taieri homes as a safety
measure after heavy rain caused widespread flooding in
coastal Otago, and Aurora Energy is warning more homes could
Dunedin boy Campbell Landrebe struggled to keep the smile
from his face after winning the overall junior title at the
New Zealand Gold Guitars in Gore.
Fire chiefs say they're "99 per cent sure" no one was inside
a large house fire in Fernhill, Queenstown, this afternoon.
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