Nineteen jobs are under threat after the embattled Bruce
Woollen Mill at Milton was placed in receivership.
Police are warning students and staff to be vigilant as Otago
University opens for ''business as usual'', while hi-tech
staff investigate an online threat of a shooting at the
Dunedin campus today.
Mark it down as ''Day one'' - Dunedin's push to become one of
the world's leading ''smart cities'' is under way.
An international movement aimed at unlocking cities'
technology potential is coming to Dunedin in the wake of its
expanding internet infrastructure.
Official temperatures reached 27degC in the Dunedin city
centre and 26degC at Dunedin Airport, MetService said.
Retirement? What's retirement? The word is just not in
Shirley Farquhar's vocabulary.
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