Recent tree cutting and pruning operations on tracks near
Jubilee Park have destroyed ''magical bush walks'' there,
Dunedin resident Pat Petersen says.
If criminology is your passion, look no further.
Building is about to begin on a new, long-awaited world-class
crematorium in Mosgiel.
Details of a $3.25
million plan to redevelop the Otago Museum's popular
Discovery World science centre, adding a state-of the art
planetarium, were announced yesterday.
Dunedin has changed hugely since Dale Timblin last visited
the city in 1958, as a visiting United States navy serviceman
during ''Operation Deep Freeze''.
Dunedin residents are being asked to send their favourite cat
and dog images to the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum for
inclusion in a new exhibition.
A rise of almost 6% in visitor numbers to Toitu Otago
Settlers Museum partly reflects a positive public response to
the Dunedin's Great War exhibition.
Life has been particularly good recently for University of
Otago physicist David Hutchinson, and he is also predicting a
bright future for Dunedin, and growing numbers of high-tech
A ''revolution'' in electron microscope techniques is
generating exciting new images - showing details nearly as
small as individual atoms - within cells and might increase
our understanding of age-related disease.
University of Otago academic Dr Craig Marshall is urging
other men to join him in trying a diet with a difference -
all in the name of research, and weight loss.
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