You are not permitted to download, save or email this image. Visit image gallery to purchase the image. News Dunedin 1 Comment PHOTO: PETER MCINTOSH A magnolia tree shows off its flowering power with an early display at the corner of Queen and Warrender Sts in Dunedin yesterday. Magnolias are known to occasionally flower early, but more commonly flower in late August and September. PHOTO: PETER MCINTOSH 1 Comment Related Stories Mental health tool to be assessed School cancels 150th jubilee Men plucked from sinking boat Best foot forward for car-free day Quake a shock for expats in Melbourne Sex abuse panel proposed Pupil may have made trip south for rugby Opposition to caravan park Shoppers turned away after IT glitch New residential college on the rise ‘Big change’ coming for South Dunedin: developer Southern people urged to get tested as rates drop More Comments Login or register to post comments. Pat. Fri, 06/08/2021 - 8:02am # Could be worse - data from the Danish government shows that the Greenland ice sheet lost 8.5bn tons of surface mass on Tuesday alone. A further 8.4bn tons was lost on Thursday with the highest air temperature ever recorded on Wednesday! Login or register to post comments.