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An elderly pedestrian was seriously injured when she was hit by a vehicle in Great King St, Dunedin, this morning.
gettyimages-644815308.jpg James Tuttle scores the match-winning try for the Reds against the Sharks. Photo Getty Queensland's new Super Rugby era is off to a winning start after a thrilling come-from-behind 28-26 victory over the Sharks on Friday night.
Two people have been rescued from a sinking boat off the coast of Karitane this morning.
2017-02-24t185703z_1933984700_rc1b7e9f9480_rtrmadp_3_france-election-fillon-inquiry.jpg Francois Fillon. Photo Reuters French prosecutors have appointed a magistrate to investigate allegations concerning presidential candidate Francois Fillon and his wife in a scandal over public money she received for work she may not have done.
A man is dead after a single-vehicle crash in Hawke's Bay overnight.
Changes have been announced to Lotto, including the introduction of a division seven winner category and bigger Powerball prizes.
Nerves and nervous eating abounded in Queenstown Bay this morning for the start of the Godzone adventure race.
Reports Clear skies around the country allowed for sightings of what may have been a meteor (not pictured) last night. Photo Twitter (@iangriffin) Reports of a bright light shooting across the skies last night have come in from around the country, including Dunedin.
David Cockerill walks across the 3-D ’’river crossing’’ in North Dunedin yesterday. Photo: Peter McIntosh. Fears have been raised that motorists might fail to recognise a 3-D crossing in North Dunedin, putting pedestrians at risk.
Blackened trees show the path of the Saddle Hill fire in 2015. Photo: ODT. Delta is being sued for more than $2 million by seven Saddle Hill property owners who say the company is to blame for a massive fire in 2015.
Police want North Otago parents to be vigilant about getting their children home safely from school after an 8-year-old was approached by a stranger on Thursday.
Elsie Evans at anchor on the Otago Harbour at Portobello, yesterday. Photo: Stephen Jaquiery. Dunedin deputy mayor Chris Staynes has welcomed a move by a not-for-profit organisation to seek a lessee to operate historic Otago Harbour ferry Elsie Evans.
The Otago Regional Council says its E. coli standards for the region’s waters are more stringent than those proposed by the Government.
Media company NZME has taken the opportunity of cleaning its balance sheet in preparation for its possible merger with Fairfax in New Zealand.
Changes could be about to happen to a prominent part of Oamaru’s landscape.
Tuapeka Gold Print general manager Greg Jolly says business is booming at his Dunedin manufacturing plant, which exports to buyers across New Zealand and Australia. Photo: Peter McIntosh. Is there life after Cadbury for manufacturing in Dunedin? And, if there is, what might it look like? Chris Morris reports.
Waitati Volunteer Fire Brigade member Jody Williams tests a Keiser Force machine in Waitati in preparation for today’s Firefighter Combat Challenge. Photo: Peter McIntosh. The heat will be on in Waitati today. Waitati Volunteer Fire Brigade chief fire officer Jeff Burrow said 30 firefighters from across the South would compete in the Firefighter Combat Challenge for the Otago and Southland region at Bland Park in Waitati.
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