Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Sexual comments spur action by police, school

Sexual comments spur action by police, school

Fairfield School staff will meet this morning to discuss how to address an incident relating to a man making sexual comments towards a child.

Protection proposed for 14 trees

Protection proposed for 14 trees

Another 14 trees may receive protection after assessments were carried out for the Dunedin City Council's 2GP district plan.

Sth Island contestants stack up like pros (+ video)

Sth Island contestants stack up like pros (+ video)

A rainy Saturday provided the perfect weather for the inaugural South Island sport stacking tournament held in Dunedin at the weekend, as it was good to be indoors.

Weather for ducks, and fish

Weather for ducks, and fish

Warmer weather in recent months means the salmon smolt released to Otago Harbour at the weekend are in especially good condition, Salmon Anglers Otago Association committee member Wayne Olsen says.

Polytech launches degree in China

The Otago Polytechnic has broken new ground by launching an engineering technology degree in China, which will eventually bring up to 120 Chinese students to Dunedin each year.

Lantern workshops prove popular

Lantern workshops prove popular

More than 300 people swarmed into the Otago Museum at the weekend to take part in community lantern-making workshops to prepare for Dunedin's upcoming Midwinter Carnival.

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