Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Swearing-in not all serious

Swearing-in not all serious

When Dunedin lawyer Tim Black was sworn in as an acting district court judge Friday, many serious things were said but a stream of witty remarks also rocked the court with laughter.

Upside to NCEA impact on UE numbers

Upside to NCEA impact on UE numbers

New NCEA requirements which came into effect in 2014 are having a dramatic impact on the number of Otago secondary school pupils achieving university entrance (UE).

Otago research helping to unlock superfluid mysteries

Otago research helping to unlock superfluid mysteries

One of the most surprising things about exotic superfluids, fluids that form at extremely low temperatures, is just how unsurprising some of their behaviour may be.

Trust sets up fundraising scheme

Trust sets up fundraising scheme

The brutal cold snap that hit Dunedin this week has highlighted the plight of the city's homeless and the vital work of the Dunedin Night Shelter Trust.

Support group needed to restart market

Support group needed to restart market

The future of the Stadium Market is uncertain.

Users urged to press case for faster internet

Users urged to press case for faster internet

Dunedin residents who still experience painfully slow internet speeds are hoping they will not miss out again on government funding being doled out over the next few months.

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