Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Monster waves pound coast

Monster waves pound coast

Ten-metre waves, whipped up deep in subantarctic waters, crashed into the Otago coast yesterday, preventing ships from entering the harbour and giving Dunedin beach defences a good workout.

Bridge on funding short list

Bridge on funding short list

A multimillion-dollar bridge linking Dunedin's inner city and waterfront has been short-listed for Government funds.

'Party' creator says no offence

'Party' creator says no offence

The creator of a Facebook ''party'' themed on a harassed Dunedin woman says the event is intended to be ''harmless'' fun and he will happily remove it if it is causing distress.

Display first step in cable car restoration

The dream of returning cable cars to Dunedin's High St has survived the untimely death of its former chief advocate, Phil Cole. Now there is a new group, an updated plan and more money to find. Chris Morris reports.

No proposal, but 60-year marriage

No proposal, but 60-year marriage

When Alan Weir was about to leave for his honeymoon, a woman pulled him aside and said to him ''Young man, you're getting the best of our girls there. So look after her.''

PSO prepared to pick up RA clients

PSO prepared to pick up RA clients

Presbyterian Support Otago says it will be able to offer a family violence service if required in the wake of the abrupt closure of Relationships Aotearoa.

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