The bronze statuette marking Brigadier Dr Brian McMahon's
Anzac of the Year award was welcomed to Dunedin yesterday.
The Southern Primary Health Organisation has elected Stuart
Heal, of Cromwell, its new chairman.
A claim funerals in New Zealand are twice the price of those
in Australia has been labelled "total hokum" by the president
of the funeral directors' association.
Otago Polytechnic has confirmed its Community Learning Centre
in South Dunedin will close, following a review of viability.
Increasing numbers of stroppy patients at Dunedin Hospital
prompted the security team to devise a programme which has
won an award.
Dunedin rest-home Ings Memorial Home is closing.
Proponents of a new library for Blueskin Bay say it is a step
closer, with an $80,000 grant from the Otago Community Trust.
The Otago Fish and Game Council has posted an $87,772
surplus, making it the "cash cow" of its counterparts across
the country, chairman Monty Wright told the annual meeting in
A controversial shared waterfront development in Broad Bay
seems to be back on the table, dismaying a project opponent.
There are decisive pockets of red among the blue, but Dunedin
South is not the Labour stronghold it once was.
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