Otago Daily Times Central Otago Lotto player wins $22m 2018-08-15T21:42:42.000000000+12:00 A Central Otago Lotto player has bagged the biggest Powerball prize in the South Island, walking away with $22.3 million. The South Today bulletin: August 15 2018-08-15T20:58:28.000000000+12:00 Houses searched after crash at UK Parliament 2018-08-15T19:21:39.000000000+12:00 Forensic investigators work at the site after the car crashed outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster. Photo: Reuters Police have searched three addresses in central England as part of an investigation into what they said appeared to be a terrorist attack outside Britain's parli... Ban on foreign homebuyers becomes law 2018-08-15T19:04:44.000000000+12:00 Foreign ownership has attracted criticism in recent years as New Zealand grapples with a housing crunch. Photo: Getty Images Parliament has passed a law to ban many non-resident foreigners from buying existing homes, completing the Labour-led government's election campaign pledge. Timaru lawyer dies after bicycle crash 2018-08-15T18:16:39.000000000+12:00 Jane Walsh The cyclist who crashed over the weekend in Timaru before dying in hospital was a partner at a local law firm. Expenses leak to focus on 'computer access' 2018-08-15T17:11:14.000000000+12:00 Trevor Mallard Parliament's Speaker Trevor Mallard says there is potentially a serious issue following the leak of National leader Simon Bridges' expenses to the media. Bail appeal for Amber-Rose murder accused 2018-08-15T16:44:20.000000000+12:00 Vernod Skantha, Photo: ODT The Dunedin doctor accused of murdering teenager Amber-Rose Rush has taken his bid for bail to the Court of Appeal. Bridges called 'chauvinistic pig' in House 2018-08-15T16:32:38.000000000+12:00 Video: inthehouseNZ National leader Simon Bridges was accused of being a "chauvinistic pig" in today's Question Time for a quip he made during questions to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Value of NZ business slashed as merger looms 2018-08-15T16:14:24.000000000+12:00 The New Zealand unit bore the brunt of restructuring costs in a year when it sold or closed a third of its unprofitable community and regional publications. Photo: ODT files Fairfax Media Group more than halved the value of its Kiwi assets, attaching just $A40 million ($NZ44 million) to m... MPI says oyster claims compo not guaranteed 2018-08-15T15:58:24.000000000+12:00 One year after it ordered the destruction of millions of oysters, MPI had paid out less than $1 million in compensation. Photo: ODT files The Ministry for Primary Industries says it can’t be assumed all losses claimed by Stewart Island oyster farmers will be paid out.