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Dunedin, FL real estate investment firm now offers rentals at bargain prices for homes that are or about to be in foreclosure.
Whenever you shop on the Internet, it is amazing just how many items you can find for free.
LOS ANGELES, April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- National Plan A Vacation Week - http://www.planavacationweek.com - features New Zealand vacations where visitors will find pristine beauty, deeply carved ravines and trek paths encircling the glorious Milford Sound.
A man who discovered at age 57 that he had been switched at birth with another baby in a New Zealand hospital says he feels lucky to have two mothers. Fred George, who now lives in Massachusetts, flew to New Zealand this week to surprise his birth mother, Helen Churchman, on her 82nd birthday, the (Dunedin, New Zealand) Otago Daily Times reported. George and Jim Churchman, born Christmas Eve 1946 in the same hospital in Dunedin, somehow got assigned to the wrong mothers.
A cat named Charley is credited with saving his owner from a fast-moving fire in their home in Dunedin, Fla. John Griffin said the cat climbed on his face and clawed at him until he got out of bed and ran from the burning house, the St.
By KNIGHT, Kim When Laura Hill learnt of her impending screen death she was philosophical. And now Shortland Street's freshest corpse is enjoying her afterlife. Kim Knight reports.
Dunedin will soon play host to Otago's biennial Festival of the Arts with a 10-day programme featuring 42 events and a cast of national and international acts. From October 3 to 12, music, opera, dance, theatre and literary performances will become an integral feature of the city's daily life.
By MILNE, Amy THE Health Minister has knocked National's calls for an independent investigation into the norovirus outbreaks at Dunedin Hospital as premature.
By CARROLL, Joanne in Alexandra ALEXANDRA has lost its only scheduled passenger flights. Mainland Air said it was stopping its service between Dunedin and Queenstown via Alexandra because of a lack of customers. Manager John Penno said low patronage on the service had "killed profits" .
DUNEDIN - Increased levels of harmful bacteria in the water forced the Dunedin City Council to close two beaches yesterday. To prevent anyone from being infected, the council has issued a warning against swimming or paddling at St Kilda and St Clair beaches until further notice.
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