Timothy Brown

Driver charged over deaths

Driver charged over deaths

The driver who crashed an illegally modified car, killing a Mosgiel brother and sister, has been charged with manslaughter.

Factory back in action with new jobs

Factory back in action with new jobs

Ten jobs have been created from the deadwood of a former Southern Cross Forest Products' site.

Dunedin - it's better than all right here

Dunedin - it's better than all right here

Housing's affordable, it's quiet and it's close-knit, Dunedin's residents say of the city.

Columba pupils secure top award

Columba pupils secure top award

Columba College pupils reigned over the competition at last night's Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme regional awards.

All they need for Christmas is a locator beacon: pilot

Three hunters may feel Christmas has come early after their rescue from freezing conditions, but the helicopter pilot who flew them to safety believes there is one present they still need come December.

Auditions for show soon

Auditions for show soon

The hall is alive with the sound of music - at least it will be next month.

Age not a factor in incident: Strachan

Age not a factor in incident: Strachan

Rowing legend Fred Strachan's confidence has been dented, but age was not a factor in Sunday's ''freak accident'', he says.

Buried boy's father grateful for help

Buried boy's father grateful for help

A Timaru father yesterday recounted the horror of finding his son unconscious with a mouth full of dirt.

Travesty if trees felled: resident

Travesty if trees felled: resident

A Dunedin woman hopes to stay the executioner's hand in a case she likens to The Lorax.

For the Empire's cause . . .

For the Empire's cause . . .

Today, the Otago Daily Times begins publishing commemoration notices for those with Otago links who died during World War 1. Here, Timothy Brown recounts the story of Otago's first WW1 fatality.