Dunedin lichenologist Dr David Galloway nearly deleted an
email announcing his election to a prestigious European art
and science body, assuming it was spam.
Hundreds of people shared Christmas dinner at charity lunches
in Dunedin and Mosgiel yesterday.
Church attendance this Christmas is up significantly on
previous years, the dean of St Paul's Cathedral, the Very Rev
Dr Trevor James says.
Although yesterday was her due date, Olivia Dick's parents
did not think she would arrive on Christmas Day.
A protester was arrested and his tent removed by police,
after the Occupy Dunedin group sprang back into action
yesterday in "solidarity" with its Auckland counterparts.
A helicopter douses a blaze which destroyed 3ha to 4ha of
vegetation around the railway line about 2km south of
The "unsung heroes" of the Dunedin courthouse ensure it runs
well, departing judge Mary O'Dwyer said yesterday.
Financial pressure on Otago and Southland rest-homes is
likely to increase next year when the Southern District
Health Board transfers $1.2 million from residential to
A group of community nurses say they are not adequately
represented at the Southern District Health Board, and are
pushing for change.
The Southern District Health Board is cutting by half the
number of times its main committee meets.
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