Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Lighting plans for oval stumped

Lighting plans for oval stumped

Bad light could stop play at the University Oval after the Dunedin City Council baulked at the $2.5 million cost of installing floodlights for day-night cricket events at the venue.

Cup organisers 'couldn't be happier' with venue

Cup organisers 'couldn't be happier' with venue

Sun, runs and happy campers - that about sums up the University Oval's dress rehearsal for next month's Cricket World Cup.

Electricity settlement win for 'wee guy'

Electricity settlement win for 'wee guy'

A man living near Mosgiel without electricity for more than 18 months is hailing a victory for the ''wee guy'' after an out-of-court settlement with an Otago electricity supplier.

Fast-acting heroes earn police praise

Fast-acting heroes earn police praise

A petrol pump attendant has been hailed a hero after extinguishing a burning woman in Dunedin last night.

$100,000 approved for trust office and staff

An independent trust is to be created, backed by $100,000 from ratepayers, to make the most of Dunedin's new Unesco City of Literature status.

Overweight men sought to try diets

Overweight men sought to try diets

University of Otago academic Dr Craig Marshall is urging other men to join him in trying a diet with a difference - all in the name of research, and weight loss.

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