An early Dunedin confectionery factory has been recognised for its historical value.
Heritage New Zealand has listed the former Romison's Confectionery Works building in Great King Street as a category two historic place.
Designed in nineteen ten, the triple-brick building is home to the University Book Shop.
Heritage New Zealand say the building was built for Russian Jewish emigrant Julius Romison, who arrived in Dunedin during the mid eighteen eighties.
Otago University proctor Dave Scott has acknowledged he was wrong to enter a flat while no-one was home and confiscate bongs, but says he doesn't think his actions make him a criminal.
Scott fronted a media conference this afternoon, and says with the benefit of hindsight he was wrong to enter the flat and he wouldn't make the same mistake again.
Crawling through mud-filled ditches, dodging barbed wire and navigating deep ponds seems to have retained its appeal for Dunedin locals...
The fifth Mud, Sweat and Tears event in Mosgiel over the weekend has been declared the most popular yet...
The event at the Wingatui Racecourse attracted more than seven hundred people this year.
It's designed to be as competitive as the entrants want it to be, and is raced over 5 or 10 kilometres.
People aged 13 and over are able to compete, either individually or in groups.