The future of Saddle Hill looks uncertain, with bickering
between the Dunedin City Council and Saddle Views Estate Ltd
showing no sign of abating.
where did we come from? It is a question that has been
burning in Chris Richards since he was a boy, and one he
hopes to gain a better understanding of now he has won the
$20,000 Highgate Fellowship.
A Balclutha parent has resigned from her school's board of
trustees because she believes it is not taking her concerns
about Wi-Fi in classrooms seriously.
Quarrying of the lower hump of Saddle Hill is likely to
continue after a Dunedin High Court judge overturned an
Environment Court declaration that ruled there was no consent
for quarrying in the area.
Most parents will appreciate the stress of taking one or two
preschoolers on a public outing to the supermarket.
You might think moving from a school with nearly 1000 pupils
to one with 24 would mean a quieter life.
By the time Gil Phillips realised something was wrong, it was
While Stanley Paris is excited to have reached Bermuda and
has completed the first leg of his global circumnavigation
attempt unscathed, the timing of his arrival is expected to
cause some problems.
Keith Hutton is viewing his impending retirement with
''a blend of anxiety and excitement''.
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