Eileen Goodwin

Health firms on notice to move

Health firms on notice to move

Southern Community Laboratories, the Dunedin Urgent Doctors and Accident Centre and the Urgent Pharmacy are on notice they may have to move from their respective premises in central Dunedin.

Felter thrives on uncertainty

Felter thrives on uncertainty

Not quite knowing how a garment will turn out is why she loves felting, designer Annette O'Callaghan says.

Doctor up against former tobacco company man

Doctor up against former tobacco company man

The Otago Daily Times is profiling electorates in the lead-up to the general election. Reporter Eileen Goodwin looks at Clutha-Southland.

Rural lines redrawn over Labour bastion

Rural lines redrawn over Labour bastion

The Otago Daily Times is profiling electorates in the lead-up to the general election. Reporter Eileen Goodwin looks at Dunedin North.

Rentals Wof will benefit tenants – Turei

Rentals Wof will benefit tenants – Turei

The Green Party's warrant of fitness scheme for rental houses will discourage unprofessional landlords from being in the market, Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei says.

Frankenstein monster conjured up

Frankenstein monster conjured up

A possible Labour-led Government was characterised as a ''Frankenstein'' monster in a colourful campaign launch speech by Act New Zealand leader Jamie Whyte in Auckland yesterday.

Disenchantment prevails

Disenchantment prevails

''Not busy, but it's not dead yet,'' is Forget Me Not coffee bar owner Bruce Tritt's take on the health of South Dunedin's retail centre.

This might hurt a little bit: policy check-up

This might hurt a little bit: policy check-up

Health reporter Eileen Goodwin looks at some of the health promises in this election, and issues facing the sector.

First early election votes cast

First early election votes cast

The polling booth at the University of Otago was buzzing yesterday on the first day of voting for the 2014 general election.

Beyer lashes Dotcom

Beyer lashes Dotcom

Te Tai Tonga Mana Movement candidate Georgina Beyer says she ''absconded'' from the Internet Mana roadshow last month, having formed negative views of party backer Kim Dotcom after getting to know him on the road.