Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Manslaughter verdict angers stabbed teen's family

Manslaughter verdict angers stabbed teen's family

The family of a 16-year-old boy stabbed to death by another teenager in 2010 reacted with disappointment and outrage to a High Court jury's manslaughter verdict yesterday.

Planners treading new path

Planners treading new path

Turning part of Dunedin's Octagon into a car-free zone could be just the start of a wider push to make the central city more pedestrian-friendly, council staff say.

Worst of this flu season yet to come

Worst of this flu season yet to come

A cold is different from influenza. The flu usually develops more quickly. You will have fever and muscle aches within a few hours and will generally feel sicker than with a cold. John Lewis and Eileen Goodwin report.

You use it, you pay

You use it, you pay

Dunedin physio pool users will have to pay the cost if they want to keep the pool open.

Southern museums missing out, director tells council

Southern museums missing out, director tells council

Otago Museum is doing well but Dunedin residents are suffering because almost all government cash for museums goes to the North Island.

With home help, heart patient 'good as gold'

With home help, heart patient 'good as gold'

Nearly a month after he went public complaining about a lack of help at home following a heart attack, life has improved for Cliff Rodger.

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