Outram was a sight for sore eyes for Luke O'Malley, when he
cycled into the township last week.
It's been called the Toaster and the Glasshouse.
Otago Girls' High School has become New Zealand's first
all-girls state secondary school to win a National School of
Dunedin is putting on a blooming good show of rhododendrons,
one of the world's foremost authorities on the flower says.
recurring theft of emergency lifebuoys from cabinets on
Customhouse Quay has prompted fears someone will die if it
Several international studies have highlighted the
effectiveness of anaesthetic drug ketamine in treating
depression, Prof Paul Glue says.
A 7-year-old with their own cheque book is probably not a
good idea - unless it is one issued by the bank of Big Value
Otago teachers are cautiously optimistic as the beleaguered
Novopay payroll system is handed over from designers Talent2
to a new government-owned company.
To the lay person, the back of Frank Bell's homemade radio
transmitter looks like a box of spare parts.
Rangi and Karetai have been familiar sights on Otago Harbour
for about 40 years, but the long-serving tug boats will be
little more than a memory come Monday.
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