Timothy Brown

Kiwi women's love of rugby explored

Kiwi women's love of rugby explored

Women and rugby - it's been a natural fit for more than a century.

School making way for 'royal' subdivision

School making way for 'royal' subdivision

A 64-year-old school is being transformed into a ''royal'' estate.

Birchleigh cuts short-term service

Birchleigh cuts short-term service

A Mosgiel rest-home has cut its short-term stay service because of ''onerous'' administration and compliance.

'Snowden's got a good track record'

'Snowden's got a good track record'

Kim Dotcom's Moment of Truth was ''underwhelming'', University of Otago law professor Andrew Geddis says.

More labour inspectors urgently needed

More labour inspectors urgently needed

More labour inspectors are required to solve New Zealand's ''chronic'' exploitation of migrant workers, the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions says.

Man dies in station burn-off

Man dies in station burn-off

A man has died during a rural burn-off near Cromwell.

MPs on side of migrant workers

MPs on side of migrant workers

Exploitative employers need to be stamped out, Dunedin politicians agree.

Preschool retains licence

The Dunedin preschool which 2-year-old Regan Preston left unnoticed by staff last month, has kept its licence.

Testing, one, two, three ...

Testing, one, two, three ...

Samuel Leaper (12) and Eva Meeuws (12), from the band the Unidentifyd, of Balmacewen Intermediate School, perform a sound check before the Otago Bandquest at the King's and Queen's Performing Arts Centre yesterday.

Fire causes $40,000-plus in damage

Fire causes $40,000-plus in damage

The actions of ''idiots'' will cost thousands of dollars.