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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower South Island articles  Lower South Island
    Police have arrested a 23-year-old man after an alleged car-jacking in Oamaru last night
     17 April 2024
    Police have arrested a 23-year-old man after an alleged car-jacking in Oamaru last night
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    Southland remain the only winless side in the National Basketball League after a 100-75 home loss to Wellington
    16 Apr: Southland remain the only winless side in the National Basketball League after a 100-75 home loss to Wellington... more
    Fears an Otago town's water supply could be affected, if a bypass isn't formed in the Phoenix Dam
    16 Apr: Fears an Otago town's water supply could be affected, if a bypass isn't formed in the Phoenix Dam... more
    The return of Warbirds over Wanaka is expected to boost the tourist town by 40-million dollars
    3 Apr: The return of Warbirds over Wanaka is expected to boost the tourist town by 40-million dollars... more
    An operation to kill a lone stoat cost the Department of Conservation almost half a million dollars
    2 Apr: An operation to kill a lone stoat cost the Department of Conservation almost half a million dollars... more
    One of the planes recently used at the Warbirds over Wanaka air show has flipped
    1 Apr: One of the planes recently used at the Warbirds over Wanaka air show has flipped... more
    The Manawatu Jets and Otago Nuggets have got their NBL basketball seasons underway with wins
    31 Mar: The Manawatu Jets and Otago Nuggets have got their NBL basketball seasons underway with wins... more
    Central Districts veteran batsman Greg Hay will retire at the conclusion of his side's Plunket Shield final round match against Otago at McLean Park in Napier
    26 Mar: Central Districts veteran batsman Greg Hay will retire at the conclusion of his side's Plunket Shield final round match against Otago at McLean Park in Napier... more
    A fire in the Queenstown Hills has been extinguished, after fire crews encountered difficulty trying to access it
    23 Mar: A fire in the Queenstown Hills has been extinguished, after fire crews encountered difficulty trying to access it... more
    A person's died after their vehicle rolled on Shines Road in North Otago
    22 Mar: A person's died after their vehicle rolled on Shines Road in North Otago... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower South Island News
     01 Apr: One of the planes recently used at the Warbirds over Wanaka air show has flipped ++++++
     31 Mar: The Manawatu Jets and Otago Nuggets have got their NBL basketball seasons underway with wins ++++++
     20 Mar: A senior Otago police officer has been slammed for carelessness that meant charges of large-scale drug-cultivation were scrapped +++++
     22 Mar: A person's died after their vehicle rolled on Shines Road in North Otago +++++
     26 Mar: Central Districts veteran batsman Greg Hay will retire at the conclusion of his side's Plunket Shield final round match against Otago at McLean Park in Napier +++++
     19 Mar: Two people are in a moderate to minor condition in hospital, after a crash near Wanaka ++++
     02 Apr: An operation to kill a lone stoat cost the Department of Conservation almost half a million dollars ++++

     Lower South Island NewsLinks
      11 Mar: Multiple wildfires break out in lower south island (RadioNZ)
      9 Mar: Strong winds for lower south island could reach 120km/h on sunday (RadioNZ)
      24 Feb: Heavy rain expected, thunderstorm risk for much of the country (RadioNZ)
      14 Feb: Debutant o'rourke wraps up south african lower order (RadioNZ)
      13 Dec: Wed, 13 Dec 2023: Wild weather: teacher flung against tree, kids shelter in shipping container in wellington (RadioNZ)
      9 Dec: Sat, 9 Dec 2023: Heavy rain, strong winds to lash lower north island, south island (RadioNZ)
      9 Dec: Sat, 9 Dec 2023: Strong winds fan vegetation fires throughout the south island (RadioNZ)
      7 Nov: Tue, 7 Nov 2023: October unusually wet and windy - niwa (RadioNZ)
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