family focus of the Highland Park development, in Mosgiel,
continues to take shape, with construction well under way on
a new high-spec early childhood facility.
Alexandra Walker (23) would love to work in a cafe, or with
children, and dreams of visiting Disneyland and London's West
End one day.
A Dunedin-based research team,
working on a cure for type 1 diabetes, is reaching out for
For Dunedin teenager Shania Fox (16) there is great
satisfaction in starting the school year alongside her peers
It sounds like a personal ad: ''desperate researcher seeks
healthy older ambidextrous people for study''.
Frustrated Port Chalmers residents will finally see 30kmh
speed restriction signs installed in George St next week,
after a month-long delay caused by human error.
University of Otago Summer School students taking a
''whirlwind tour'' through the music of David Bowie, paused
last week to celebrate the singer's birthday.
The humble sock and its potential benefits for people with
diabetes are the subject of a new research project at the
University of Otago department of clothing and textile
The development of Antarctic architecture, from purely
functional to futuristic, imaginative and speculative design,
is highlighted in an international touring exhibition now
showing at Otago Museum.
The Dunedin Night Shelter Trust can breathe a sigh of relief,
after a flood of donations arrived to cover a funding
shortfall over Christmas.
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