A sea lion pup at Warrington Beach has been delighting
visitors by touring the area and taking shelter under
vehicles in the camping ground.
The Southern District Health Board cannot say when these
Dunedin Hospital lifts, closed in October because of the
asbestos scare, will reopen.
Dunedin students will be welcomed back to the city with a
liquor ban that the University of Otago hopes becomes a
permanent feature of Orientation Week.
The former garden bar at Captain Cook Tavern has been
demolished, but the building's owners are yet to decide what
will go in its place.
The Year of the Monkey is about to begin and to help
celebrate the Chinese New Year in Dunedin, some of China's
top acrobats and theatre performers will put on a show.
The University of Otago's ambition to make further
improvements and not rest on its laurels is reflected in its
membership of an international network of leading
universities, University of Otago vice-chancellor Prof
Harlene Hayne said yesterday.
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