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  • Missing Dunedin man found

    Police say they have found a man who had been missing since last weekend.

  • Methven's parking woes

    The Ashburton District Council have received a request from one of the businesses in the Methven Mall, for a time limit to be applied to some of the parking bays.

  • Little impact seen from bridge closures

    Wānaka woke on Friday to the news access to two of its popular tourist destinations will be closed until next year, but a local tourism organisation is not concerned about the impact it will have on attracting visitors to the area.

  • Barrister thrives on 'intellectual challenge'

    Dunedin-based barrister Taryn Gudmanz took over last year as the New Zealand Law Society's South Island vice-president when Frazer Barton, also of Dunedin, was elected national president. She talks to business editor Sally Rae about life in the law.

  • Graphic novel gets picked up by Penguin, expanded

    A flippant decision to send his manuscript to the biggest publisher first was an inspired choice for a former Alexandra man.

  • 3-day blockage of road to Mosgiel

    A partial road closure in Mosgiel will allow for the surfacing of the intersection outside the new pool, Te Puna o Whakaehu, before it opens.

  • Tut-tutting at curse notion

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's statement that Lord Carnarvon's death might have been due to the activities of an evil elemental has caused a storm of protest in some quarters.

  • Climate concerns get airing

    The latest in a series of climate strikes has taken on a grander scale in hopes of forging "a resilient Ōtepoti."

  • Premier results predictable with a few close escapes

    The heavyweights all prevailed but there were a couple of close escapes in the Dunedin premier grade today.

  • Dunedin premier rugby: final scores

    The final scores are in for the eighth round of Dunedin premier rugby.

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