John Gibb

RSA transformation continues

RSA transformation continues

A $1.2 million redevelopment project under way at the Mosgiel Memorial RSA has already resulted in a ''total transformation''.

Great War display proves meaningful

Great War display proves meaningful

Hampden resident Colin Jack is among the more than 100,000 visitors who have flocked to the Dunedin's Great War exhibition at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum.

Bush clearing work upsets resident

Bush clearing work upsets resident

Recent tree cutting and pruning operations on tracks near Jubilee Park have destroyed ''magical bush walks'' there, Dunedin resident Pat Petersen says.

Criminology papers on offer at Otago

Criminology papers on offer at Otago

If criminology is your passion, look no further.

Building to begin on state-of-the-art crematorium

Building  to begin on state-of-the-art crematorium

Building is about to begin on a new, long-awaited world-class crematorium in Mosgiel.

State-of-art planetarium planned for museum

State-of-art planetarium planned for museum

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 a special place

Dunedin a special place

Dunedin has changed hugely since Dale Timblin last visited the city in 1958, as a visiting United States navy serviceman during ''Operation Deep Freeze''.

Every dog and cat to have day

Every dog and cat to have day

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.

Visitor numbers at Toitu rise 5.9%

Visitor numbers at Toitu rise 5.9%

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.

It's all happening for physicist

It's all happening for physicist

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 firms.