An ancient "killer walrus'' may have been wrongly accused.
An 18-year-old woman managed to fight her way out of a
station wagon in North Dunedin during an attempted abduction
involving two offenders at the weekend.
About 35 trees were planted yesterday during Dunedin's latest
Trees for Babies/Celebrating Families planting project.
Hundreds of smiling faces welcomed the start of a Mother's
Day Fun Run/Walk at the Caledonian Ground, Dunedin,
Parents and teachers are delighted with a wooden playhouse
and swing which have recently been given to the Mornington
A former University of Otago employee had been compensated
for her dismissal but not for a claimed "interference with
her privacy'', the Human Rights Review Tribunal has heard.
Otago Museum director and astronomer Dr Ian Griffin was up
early yesterday to watch the Dunedin sky being lit up by
meteors from Halley's Comet.
Evidence suggested the University of Otago did not have
‘‘proper systems in place'' to deal adequately with a request
by a university employee for information held about her,
under the Privacy Act.
Local government is outperforming central government on both
sides of the Tasman in responding to email queries, a
University of Otago study has found.
University of Otago computer science students have had a rare
close encounter with punched card equipment used in Dunedin
more than 50 years ago.
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