Four Otago conservation projects have been granted $475,000
to help further their work, Associate Conservation Minister
Nicky Wagner announced today.
The state of low-income private rental housing in Dunedin
continues to decline at an alarming rate, Presbyterian
Support Otago has revealed.
A 20% increase in drugs dished out to older people is mainly
because of the ageing population rather than drugs being
overprescribed, the Ministry of Health says.
Chamber of Commerce chief executive John Christie is
transferring his skills to the Dunedin City Council as its
new Enterprise Dunedin director.
The Otago Community Trust plans to continue its work towards
''real change'' by continuing to support projects helping
keep people, especially youth, healthy and improve their
wellbeing, chairwoman Lauren Semple says.
The future of the Dunedin preschool, which 2-year-old Regan
Preston left unnoticed by staff last week, will be known
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