Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Driver gave CPR to dying teen

Driver gave CPR to dying teen

A driver involved in a horror crash rushed to give CPR to a dying teenager who lay unconscious in the other car's back seat.

King's told: roll action or manager

King's told: roll action or manager

The Ministry of Education has given King's High School an ultimatum - establish an enrolment scheme by August 7, or the ministry will have no choice but to appoint a limited statutory manager to take control of the school.

Madam Woo coming to town

Madam Woo coming to town

Woohoo - Malaysian hawker food restaurant Madam Woo is set to open in Dunedin in September.

Health funding slashed $1.7b: Labour

Research commissioned by the Labour Party claims health funding has been ''slashed'' by $1.7 billion since 2010.

Chemistry researcher awarded medal

Innovative chemistry researcher Prof Sally Brooker has been awarded the University of Otago's highest research distinction, the Distinguished Research Medal.

Damage horrifies Geary

Martin Geary is horrified by damage to the Otago Peninsula hill that bears his family's name.

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