Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Shaping Dunedin's electoral future

Shaping Dunedin's electoral future

The future of Dunedin's local government will be shaped by about 170 submissions, but it could also come down to the views of the Local Government Commission.

Cook on board

Dunedin man Ken Cook has been elected to the board of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand.

Man left with burns after trying to fight fire

A Dunedin man who tried to fight an out-of-control blaze was taken to Dunedin Hospital yesterday with burns to his face and hands.

Quarry hearing adjourned

Quarry hearing adjourned

Independant commissioner Andrew Henderson has adjourned a Dunedin consent hearing to consider legal issues linked to a quarry overlooking Papanui Inlet in a ''treasured ancestral landscape''.

New dept leader named

New dept leader named

Historian Tony Ballantyne will take on leadership of the University of Otago's humanities division as its new pro vice-chancellor, the university announced yesterday.

Backyard Biodiversity project

Backyard Biodiversity project

St Leonards School biodiversity facilitator Trudi Webster shows pupils James (8) and Katie (7) McMillan kits that will help them monitor wildlife in their backyards.

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