Grey Power is crying foul over a rule change which has seen
hundreds of mainly elderly people in Otago miss out on a
At the "sharp end" of medicine as an intensivist at Dunedin
Hospital, Australian Dr Mat Bailey says New Zealand's
intensive-care units are less likely to unnecessarily prolong
Families "budgeted to the hilt" and struggling after footing
extra costs at Christmas have flooded a Dunedin foodbank,
Anglican Family Care administration manager Lynne Campbell
Dunedin is set for the biggest cruise-ship day of the season
so far, with more than 4000 passengers expected today.
Dunedin Urgent Doctors and Accident Centre is coping with the
busy holiday season and there is no indication patients are
suffering unreasonable wait times, GP Dr Kim Maiai says.
Dunedin Botanic Garden's just-opened Mediterranean garden has
been attacked by vandals in the latest of a spate of attacks
that have garden staff perplexed.
Large numbers of crib owners want out of Naseby, and the
town's only real-estate agent says a waiting list to buy
homes has turned into a glut of for-sale homes hitting the
The worlds of diplomacy and the military are full of
''shadows'', says a University of Otago researcher, who hopes
to cast some light on a largely overlooked piece of history.
Dunedin retailers reported mixed post-Christmas sales
yesterday, with some saying there were fewer people around.
Dunedin's first baby of 2011, Amelia Joy, arrived early, at
1.22am on New Year's Day, delighting first-time parents Bonny
and Timothy Adams.
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