Pillow talk and some clever under-cover work by Dunedin
nurses has resulted in a bed-making change that could save
millions of taxpayer dollars.
A group of University of Otago students is putting together a
collection of ''stories'' to illustrate the difficulties
faced by children living in poverty.
Watching grass grow might not seem like an exciting job until
you meet the man in charge of Forsyth Barr Stadium's patch of
A major reforestation project at Craigieburn in Leith Valley
is nearing an end.
Mabel and Myrrtle are two ostriches living the high life in
Dunedin is in for a complete rethink of its alcohol policy,
with a new plan due for release soon.
The last possums hiding on Otago Peninsula will be hunted
down using specially trained sniffer dogs.
A senior citizens group says the Dunedin City Council is
still ''putting pedestrians well down the list'' despite
improvements being made to intersections.
Major inroads have been made into Cargill Enterprises'
$80,000-a-year shortfall in response to an article in The
Star last month.
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