Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Health board confident in IT capability

Health board confident in IT capability

The Southern District Health Board is managing the risk of computer outages ''very well'' in the lead-up to joining a national information technology infrastructure, its IT director, John Simpson, says.

London, Paris, Milan, New York . . . and now Waitati

London, Paris, Milan, New York . . . and now Waitati

iD Dunedin Fashion week was given a distinctly Waitati twist at yesterday's official opening of a new fashion outlet in the seaside village.

Arrest follows Waverley AOS callout

Arrest follows Waverley AOS callout

A man with a knife was arrested on Saturday night after Dunedin's armed offenders squad and the police negotiating team were deployed to the Waverley house he was inside, police say.

Ethical policy decision tomorrow

The Dunedin City Council is set to make a final decision tomorrow on whether to dump investments in fossil fuel extraction.

Experience I will never forget

Experience I will never forget

Logan Park High School pupil and Youth Ambassador Jacobi Kohu Morris attended Saturday's Anzac Day ceremony in Gallipoli. He recounts for Otago Daily Times readers his impressions of the event, which he viewed from an unexpected VIP seat.

Concerned group gives sycamore trees the chop

Concerned group gives sycamore trees  the chop

A merry band of four guerrilla sycamore assassins went after a stretch of the trees along State Highway 88 this week.

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