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'We don't want to be scared'  Otago Daily Times

A young Dunedin man injured in the mosque attacks on Friday is recovering in hospital, and keeping his spirits up, a member of Dunedin's Muslim community ...

'We are praying and hoping he will come back'  Otago Daily Times

Staff and parents at the Dunedin An-Nur Early Childhood Education and Care Centre are praying its owner will survive after being shot in the Christchurch terror ...

Getting workers 'problem'  Otago Daily Times

Finding the workforce to construct the main building of the new Dunedin Hospital will be the biggest hurdle for the $1billion project to overcome, a public meeting ...

DCC, groups planning large civic vigil  Otago Daily Times

A civic vigil to be held in Dunedin later this week is a chance for residents to ''put their arms around each other'', Mayor Dave Cull says. However, as a crowd of ...

Muslim pupils fearful about going to school  Otago Daily Times

The grip of terror on Muslim pupils in Dunedin schools is so strong that the majority did not turn up for school yesterday - and a girl who did turn up, declined to ...

Boyne, Zusak included in festival line-up  Otago Daily Times

Authors of beloved books, such as The Book Thief and The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, are Dunedin-bound for a celebration of literature. Organisers yesterday ...

'Terrible mess' left at gardens  Otago Daily Times

Dunedin Botanic Garden staff have been left appalled by drunken damage they say is some of the worst they have seen. Botanic Garden team leader Alan ...

Police investigating Dunedin Airport bomb hoax  New Zealand Herald

Dunedin Police continue to investigate a bomb hoax that led to the closure of the Dunedin Airport yesterday. Police said a black bag, described as a laptop bag, ...

 18 Mar 2019 
Looking for answers from Dunedin builder John Sear  TVNZ

John Sear has left a trail of unhappy customers, who are owed tens of thousands of dollars.

 18 Mar 2019 
Building evacuated after battery mistaken for bomb  Otago Daily Times

A large battery left in a corridor of Dunedin's Ministry of Education building in Moray Pl, was mistaken for a bomb by a well-meaning staff member, sparking a ...

 18 Mar 2019 

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