One final stirring parade bearing the New Zealand Scottish
Regiment colours brought central Dunedin to a standstill on
Saturday, before the colours were presented to a city museum
for posterity and safekeeping.
Dunedin triplets (from left) Wala Edwik, Weam Edwik, and Wafa
Edwik (21), attended a picnic in Woodhaugh Gardens in Dunedin
on Saturday, for volunteers and clients at language school
English Language Partners.
Taking part in the Relay for Life University of Otago 2016
are Aquinas College residents (from left) Ash Watson (18),
Ailish Sullivan (19), Campbell Irvine (18), and Georgia
Steans (18), all of Christchurch.
A military parade featuring tanks, more than 100 soldiers,
and war veterans brought central Dunedin to a halt today
before the official laying up of the New Zealand Scottish
Regiment colours at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum.
The appointment of a prominent Canterbury health leader as
chief medical officer at Southern District Health Board
surprised a few people in the health sector. Health reporter
Eileen Goodwin spoke to Dr Nigel Millar about why he made the