Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

'Cowardly' assault on policewoman

'Cowardly' assault on policewoman

A policewoman was punched in the face several times by a Dunedin man during a ''cowardly'' assault, police say.

$8 million facelift for university

$8 million facelift for university

Next month, the University of Otago will embark on a 21-month multimillion-dollar landscaping project to transform Dunedin's campus. Timothy Brown reports.

Many forces at play in hospital food proposal

Many forces at play in hospital food proposal

Southern District Health Board kitchen staff have waited about two years to find out whether the board will go ahead with an outsourcing proposal. Health reporter Eileen Goodwin speaks to some of those involved, and looks at the background of the issue.

Some in Dunedin drowning in debt

Some Dunedin residents are drowning in unsustainable debt and it is hoped lenders will work with social service agencies to help break the shackles of ''enslaved'' borrowers, a Salvation Army counsellor says.

Worried workers wait

Worried workers wait

For half of the four years she has worked as a kitchen assistant and diet aide at Dunedin Hospital, Karen Phillips has lived with the uncertainty of not knowing whether she will hold on to the job.

Campaigners fight to save supermarket

Campaigners fighting to save the Port Chalmers New World say they are encouraged by Foodstuffs' reaction to their counterproposal.

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