The drones have launched. They are circling overhead,
poised to become an $89 billion global industry. And
everywhere they look, trouserless people are scrambling to
catch up, Bruce Munro writes.
According to the latest Census figures, Central Otago's
population has grown by 7.5% in the past seven years.
However, statistics don't reveal the reasons why people
choose to move to the area, writes Shane Gilchrist.
The conscious consumer is under the microscope in a new
piece of research at the University of Otago, writes Tom
Separating the arguments from the red herrings is proving
as difficult as separating trucks and bicycles in Dunedin's
cycle lanes debate. Shane Gilchrist navigates a few
A Dunedin City Council online survey has received more than
600 responses in regards the effects a separated cycle lane
might have on parking in the city. Shane Gilchrist reports.
Some school days were the very best of times, writes
When Twizel was put up for sale, few would have imagined
that, 25 years later, those same workers' homes would be
selling for several hundred thousand dollars.
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