There seems little mood for change in our biggest city, where
even left-leaning voters appear resigned to defeat tomorrow.
The Otago Daily Times visits Balclutha where the
streets are quiet, the farmers are busy, and the mood is blue
- of the political colour.
To the best of his knowledge, the United States' National
Security Agency does not have data facilities in New Zealand,
Prime Minister John Key said in Dunedin yesterday.
best knowing as little as possible about how both laws and
sausages are made, Prime Minister John Key joked on a visit
to Dunedin yesterday.
The Moment of Truth meeting in Auckland last night ''utterly
failed'' to deliver anything other than rhetoric, Prime
Minister John Key told media on a visit to Dunedin today.
Rumours are swirling about what Kim Dotcom will reveal at the
Auckland Town Hall tonight, University of Otago politics
lecturer Bryce Edwards says.
The New Zealand Nurses Union has issued a position statement
calling for Dunedin's National Poisons Centre to be saved.
Oamaru is the biggest centre in the super-safe National
seat of Waitaki. The Otago Daily Times briefly visited
this week to ask what was on the minds of voters.
Deriving edible protein from lower grade wool is one of six
University of Otago projects to receive more than $10 million
in science investment funding.
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