Alcohol is many different things to many people but for
alcoholics it is a killer. For their mothers it is a
nightmare. One of these women tells her story to The Star
reporter DAN HUTCHINSON.
The death of 29 little blue penguins at Doctors Point last
week is a graphic illustration of the problems facing
conservation groups in and around the Dunedin area.
All options big and small will be considered as the
Department of Conservation and Dunedin City Council formally
begin their search for ''camping opportunities'' on Otago
Mosgiel people have responded immediately to a call for help
from Age Concern two weeks ago in the Taieri Times.
Dunedin people are consistently proving to be the most
physically active in the country.
It is a dangerous job but someone has to do it.
A call for help has gone out to the Mosgiel community as Age
Concern seeks to ensure the safety and social needs of
residents are being met.
The final stage of a roadside beautification project in
Fairfield is under way, almost four years after the project
We live in an age when even a dysfunctional wood pigeon can
be sentenced to ''rehab'' to sort out his personality flaws.
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