Engineers and other staff have made ''very good progress'' in
dismantling complex rope-making equipment at the Donaghys
historic rope walk building in Dunedin.
Dunedin ACC clients Bruce Van Essen and Jason Patterson will
seek leave to appeal to the Supreme Court against a recent
Court of Appeal finding arising from a dispute over
''flawed'' search warrants executed in 2006.
As visitor numbers at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum
continue to rise, the museum risks becoming a ''victim of our
success'', director Jennifer Evans says.
Ara Guzelimian has held several senior American leadership
posts in classical music but loves nothing more than helping
young musicians, actors and dancers.
''outstanding'' University of Otago academics have been
honoured in the University of Otago's annual teaching
The foundation established by the world's richest man has
given about $320,000 to the University of Otago.
A harkness Fellowship will help University of Otago academic
Dr Jennifer Moore shed new light on the results of reforms to
New Zealand's previously ''unfair'' medical misadventure
The planned $3.25 million redevelopment involving the Otago
Museum science centre aims to double the present 88,000
visitors to that facility and related areas.
Three University of Otago students will soon be meeting Nobel
laureates at a high-powered scientific gathering in Japan.
Police have criticised ''drunken idiocy'' after a group of
about 200 youths tried to enter a party in Mosgiel on
Saturday night and then began to ''cause general disorder''
in nearby Memorial Park.
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