Dunedin School of Art sculpture student Lily-Jean Redgrave is
ready and waiting to show off her end-of-year project at an
exhibition of second-year students' sculpture at the
Underground Market in George St, Dunedin.
It is hoped up to two-thirds of Otago and Southland's doctors
practices will sign up to a new regionally focused clinical
Dunedin City Council support for a community project to
restore the Aramoana wharf has increased some residents'
fears for the future of the area's sea lion population and
Hearing a baby cry makes people uncomfortable and new
research has revealed it also stresses out man's best friend.
A rope-entangled humpback whale seen off Taiaroa Head,
Dunedin, yesterday is possibly heading south, off the Otago
and Southland coast.
October was a cool and dry month in Otago.
Niwa's monthly climate report shows while temperatures were
within 0.5degC of average for most areas of the country,
there was considerable variability due to the abnormal
The Otago Conservation Board is running out of funding to
meet just when its workload is increasing as it deals with
the region's 10-year management plan.
Competitors in the ''5 cans for 5km'' run and walk to
raise food for the St Vincent de Paul foodbank for Christmas,
head up Butts Rd at Logan Park, in Dunedin, last night.
A search is on for a humpback whale entangled in rope
following a sighting off Taiaroa Head yesterday.
A stoat or ferret is the likely killer of nearly 30 little
blue penguins found along the coast at Doctors Point, near
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