Powerful new diagnostic tests for early identification of
prostate cancer will be available within three to four years,
University of Otago researcher Dr Elspeth Gold predicts.
Books are still very much alive and well, judging from the
hundreds of people who swarmed into the Dunedin Public
Libraries' latest bargain sale yesterday.
By studying the microstructure of ice, University of Otago
scientists hope to gain new insights into the origin of
earthquakes, deep below the Southern Alps.
Three hundred primary school children will soon learn more
about a colonial era subsistence farm, thanks to a pilot
scheme backed by the Dunedin Amenities Society.
The world is entering a ''new era'' for suicide prevention,
and New Zealand should focus more high-level leadership on
Michelle Macdonald clocked up more than 60,000km of driving
to earn her law degree.
If there is a downturn in the Australian economy, many New
Zealanders long-term residents there will be among the worst
affected, because they are ineligible for welfare support
Several recent concerns, including over alleged pressure
tactics by Australian-owned supermarkets, show there clearly
are ''limits'' to New Zealand's special relationship with
Recent claims about the activities of some Australian-owned
supermarkets on both sides of the Tasman have struck a
nationalist nerve in New Zealand.
Otago's native plants, including its many hebe species, may
help solve a puzzle which botanists have been scratching
their heads about for centuries.
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