The South Today bulletin: Thursday, April 22
Firefighters were called to South Dunedin's Bathgate Park School to put out a suspicious blaze in the school grounds this afternoon.
This week on Rugby Chat, Paul Dwyer chats to John Tapueluelu from Alhambra-Union and Jermayne Maika from Southern ahead of this week's game.
On her first visit to Dunedin in her role as acting conservation minister Ayesha Verrall visited the Wildlife Hospital and the School of Veterinary Nursing yesterday.
The candidates for the vacant seat on the Queenstown Lakes District Council burnished their contrasting qualifications for the job before an audience of local Grey Power members yesterday.
The air conditioning on some may not work, while others are almost as good as new — whatever their condition the vehicles have successfully travelled 2400km in the name of charity.
Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins will no doubt be feeling a little more comfortable sitting in his reclining, swivelling office chair this morning.
A reliable engine, a heavy accelerator pedal, some brakes, good seat harnesses, a roll-cage and some window wipers are important in a rally car.
A Dunedin distillery, established during last year’s Covid-19 lockdown, is receiving international plaudits as it marks its first anniversary.
After being cancelled last year due to the Covid-19 lockdown, the Poppy Day street collection returned yesterday in Dunedin to raise money for current and former servicemen and servicewomen.
Environmentally minded schoolchildren from around Southland gathered together on Thursday for a day of fun and learning.
Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Otago regional representative Debbie Vercoe said about 100 pupils from seven Otago secondary schools took part in the University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival.