Rebecca Fox

Consulting on solutions to Taieri River erosion issues

Continued liaison between the Strath Taieri Community Board and the Otago Regional Council is planned as they seek to find solutions to erosion of the Taieri River's banks.

Pollution mystery remains unsolved

Pollution mystery remains unsolved

The cause of pollution in the Taieri River at Waipiata remains a mystery, forcing the Otago Regional Council to review its investigations.

Students urged to make the most of Dunedin

Students urged to make the most of Dunedin

Join a club, try a new sport or explore the city by bus and remember not to do anything you would not do at home.

Polytech puts naming policy on the block

Polytech puts naming policy on the block

The large letters identifying Otago Polytechnic buildings may soon be a thing of the past as the institution moves towards more imaginative naming of its blocks.

Peninsula possum cull makes a big difference

Peninsula possum cull makes a big difference

Flowers are blooming and the birds are singing as Otago Peninsula's flora and fauna regenerates without significant predation by possums.

Ker staying grounded

Ker staying grounded

Otago Polytechnic chief executive Phil Ker has grounded himself for the year.

Enrolments for Otago Polytechnic increasing

Enrolments for Otago Polytechnic are ''well ahead'' of last year, with the institution looking set to grow for the third year running.

ORC pay request turned down

ORC pay request turned down

A call for pay to be more even between Otago Regional councillors with the responsibility for a committee and those who do not has been turned down by the Remuneration Authority.

Sea lion death sparks call for science review

As another endangered sea lion is killed by the squid fishery, Otago scientists have reiterated their calls for the science behind the fishery's management to be reviewed.

Hope camp ground court cases at end

It is hoped a ''long, complicated and tortuous'' series of cases seeking to establish a camping ground at Kakanui may have reached its final hurdle in an Environment Court hearing in Dunedin yesterday.