Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Streetlights back on after blackout

Streetlights back on after blackout

Dunedin streetlights are back on after an hour-long blackout across the city and Mosgiel.

Policies improved after hospital deaths

Policies improved after hospital deaths

Hospital policies have been improved following the deaths of three people at South Island hospitals over a three-year period, a coroner says.

Better welcome urged for cruise passengers

Better welcome urged for cruise passengers

Dunedin needs to do more to welcome cruise ship passengers to secure an industry now worth $38 million a year to Otago, a new action plan suggests.

Boy injured in sand-dune slide

Boy injured in sand-dune slide

St John ambulance officers tend to a 13-year-old boy who injured his back while sliding down sand dunes at Tomahawk Beach about 2.30pm on Saturday.

For the Empire's cause . . .

For the Empire's cause . . .

Today, the Otago Daily Times begins publishing commemoration notices for those with Otago links who died during World War 1. Here, Timothy Brown recounts the story of Otago's first WW1 fatality.

Studies support use of ketamine for depression

Studies support use of ketamine for depression

Several international studies have highlighted the effectiveness of anaesthetic drug ketamine in treating depression, Prof Paul Glue says.

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