The annual meeting of the Momona branch of the Otago Expension League was held on Tuesday night in the hall, Momona, Mr A.W. Amos, president of the branch, presiding.
The members of the South Dunedin Presbyterian Church entertained Mr and Mrs A. Kilgour, old members of the congregation, at a social gathering last night in the Reid Hall on the occasion of their...
The Otago Lawn Tennis Association’s Easter tournament was concluded yesterday under conditions which were easily the worst experienced during the whole course of the play.
Sir Ross Smith and Sergeant Bennett were killed while testing their machine preparatory to setting out on a flight round the world on April 25.
The election of Cardinal Achille Ratti, Archbishop of Milan, to the Pontificate was proclaimed from the balcony of St Peter’s at 12.25pm on February 6.
Mr de Valera and his Cabinet have resigned. Mr de Valera, in tendering his resignation, said that Saturday’s vote had subverted the republic and the independence of Ireland.
A homicide investigation is under way after a 5-year-old boy who was found badly injured at a house in Te Puna, Bay of Plenty, died in Auckland's Starship children's hospital.
How he “helped himself ” to about three lengths’ advantage at one stage of last Saturday’s race was related by “Dick” Arnst to an Express representative.
Corstorphine Rd was partially closed this afternoon while Delta power line workers repaired fallen wires.
The measles epidemic in Democratic Republic of the Congo is still several steps ahead of the response, humanitarian group MSF says.
Two Canterbury men have been arrested in Riverton this afternoon following a series of car thefts and petrol drive-offs between Christchurch and Invercargill.
Balclutha police would like to hear from anyone who may have witnessed an incident in the town on Wednesday, April 4.
Athletics Otago's Kids Cross Country series held at Memorial Park in Mosgiel on Sunday. Photos by Gerard O'Brien; prints available from otagoimages. co. nz