Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Harassment stimulates discussion

Harassment stimulates discussion

When Maddy Hall was catcalled during an evening jog, she decided to start a conversation about it - with the catcaller himself, and on social media. Carla Green reports.

Drug dealing on 'Dark Web'

Drug dealing on 'Dark Web'

Drugs which first presented problems for New Zealand authorities in the 1980s and '90s are making a comeback. But the modern drugs dealer is likely to be found behind a computer screen rather than on a street corner. Timothy Brown investigates.

More hydrotherapy needed: specialist

More hydrotherapy needed: specialist

Dunedin stands to lose its physio pool at a time when the health sector should be increasing the use of hydrotherapy, a leading Dunedin physiotherapist says.

Maori warden numbers about to rise

Maori warden numbers about to rise

Dunedin is receiving a boost in Maori wardens following a major drive to rejuvenate the wardens' programme. Dan Hutchinson talks to some of those involved to find out how they plan to make a difference in the city. 

Co-op set to expand number of vege packs

Co-op set to expand number of vege packs

The wheels are rolling on a hugely popular venture to supply wholesale fruit and vegetables to Dunedin people on a tight budget.

Cafe, coffee business to be part of former Post Office's new life

Cafe, coffee business to be part of former Post Office's new life

The former Post Office near the bottom of Baldwin St - the steepest street on Earth - is getting a new lease on life.

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