An expanding Emerson's Brewery is set to become a
''world-class'' tourist destination now an agreement has been
reached to buy a new site.
It was double-whoa for No.7 Balmac staff when James Bond
actor Daniel Craig and his Oscar-winning wife Rachel Weisz
dined at the Dunedin restaurant.
New Zealand's election to the United Nations Security Council
is a ''stunning'' result and reflects our standing on the
world stage, a Dunedin academic says.
Student numbers at the University of Otago are expected to
drop for the fourth year in a row.
A University of Otago professor says she would be willing to
take a pay cut if it meant student fees were not increased.
Some ''iconic'' Dunedin spots will be instantly recognisable
in a Hollywood film being shot in the city in less than a
Queen's High School's new principal Di Carter (centre) is
given a warm welcome at a powhiri in the school hall
Construction has started on a ''more than $1 million'' revamp
of the Captain Cook Tavern, with the return of the student
bar now certain.
A University of Otago residential college has shut down a
makeshift ''nightclub'' started in one of its rooms.
Swedish film We are the Best plays out like many
''coming of age'' films. But unlike most films that cover the
awkward teenage years, the way the kids in this movie relate
to each other comes off as genuine.
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