A vehicle theft in Teviot St, Dunedin, has police scratching
Dunedin secondary schools have scooped all the major
categories at the 2014 New Zealand Historical Association
It's the ultimate career dream - turning your childhood
passion into a paid living. John Lewis talks to Weta Workshop
supervisor Rob Gillies about what it's like creating cool
props and special effects for Hollywood movies.
High-flying computer executives at an IBM conference in Las
Vegas this week have been left drop-jawed at Dunedin's
potential to become a gigabit city.
In a fish tank upstairs at the Otago Museum yesterday, there
was a reminder that sometimes it takes one giant to replace
Those hoping to attend the Otago Medical Research
Foundation's 2015 annual dinner are out of luck.
New Zealand's aged-care industry could be crippled by
yesterday's Court of Appeal decision which paves the way for
genuine pay equity for women, a Mosgiel rest-home chief
Adam Scammell still can't quite believe he is a published
poet, with his work featuring in the same book as such
well-known writers as James K. Baxter, Joy Cowley, Sam Hunt
and Margaret Mahy.
What started as a science experiment could become a lucrative
manufacturing business for Karl Brinsdon.
Traditionally, homework has been the only thing schools have
given pupils to take home.
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