Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Work ongoing to improve sideline behaviour

Work ongoing to improve sideline behaviour

Verbal abuse of players and referees is still occurring at junior sports matches throughout Dunedin, despite a Sport Otago campaign aimed at clamping down on bad behaviour.

Keys seized from tourist on peninsula

Keys seized from tourist on peninsula

Police seized the car keys of a tourist driver who repeatedly drove on the wrong side of the road, ignored a stop sign and almost caused several accidents on Otago Peninsula yesterday.

Latching on catches on big

Latching on catches on big

A chance to network with other mothers and the added bonus of free coffee and muffins attracted about 50 mothers and their babies to the Big Latch On at the Meridian Mall on Friday.

Rescue chopper flying high

Rescue chopper flying high

St John senior paramedic Ian Ridley collects a $100,000 cheque for the Otago Rescue Helicopter Trust at the Mitre 10 Mega car park in Dunedin on Friday.

City to plug into car charging?

City to plug into car charging?

Dunedin residents may be able to plug in their cars and charge them just as easily as they would a mobile phone if a study being discussed by the Otago Chamber of Commerce and Dunedin City Council goes ahead.

A different design discarded

A different design discarded

As the University of Otago's design school faces the likelihood of permanent closure, reporter Carla Green looks into its history.

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