Blinking in the bright sunshine and a bit wobbly on his feet,
battery hen protester Carl Scott yesterday left the cage
where he has spent a month.
Ground-breaking research into "male menopause" has shown it
is a real but reasonably rare condition, Prof Fred Wu told
academics at Dunedin Hospital yesterday.
Arthritis research in Dunedin has received a $2 million boost
in the form of a bequest from a sufferer of the disease.
Eight-year-old bull mastiff Daphne may well get the spring
back in her step, after becoming the first animal in Dunedin
to have stem cell therapy.
School health programmes for disadvantaged young people are
Arthritis New Zealand is downgrading its Otago branch office
in Dunedin as part of a national restructuring to save $1.5
million a year.
Child health researcher Prof Barry Taylor's contribution to
University of Otago research was recognised in Dunedin this
Rory Webster, of E. C. Shaw Plumbers, cleans around the
Queens Gardens cenotaph in Dunedin with a water-blaster
A former GP-homeopath who lectures at the Dunedin School of
Medicine says Western medicine does not understand
homeopathy, but that should not mean it is written off.
Up to nine free car parks will be sacrificed on Anzac Ave for
650m of cycle lanes, providing the "missing link" in the
Otago Harbour cycleway, Dunedin City Council roading projects
engineer Evan Matheson announced yesterday.
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