Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Dredging lagoons seen as option

Dredging lagoons seen as option

Dredging may be the most practical way of reducing toxic algae blooms in the Tomahawk lagoons, an Otago Regional Council report says.

ORC struggles with inspection backlog

Nearly 2000 resource management inspections and audits have not been completed as the Otago Regional Council struggles to keep up with heavy workloads caused by legislation changes.

Smoke alarms help save students

Smoke alarms help save students

Recently installed smoke alarms helped save the lives of sleeping students at the former Woodhaugh Hotel on Malvern St just after 5am on Thursday.

Hunt 'a bit weird', but great fun

Hunt 'a bit weird', but great fun

It may have been ''weird'', but what a way to end the school term.

Sights set on $10,000 fundraising for ferry

Sights set on $10,000 fundraising for ferry

A new handrail and bike rack are the latest progress on restoring the old Dunedin harbour ferry, Elsie Evans.

Food collected for flood-hit Solomons

Food collected for flood-hit Solomons

Dunedin's Solomon Islanders are rallying together to find help for their people after the islands were devastated by severe flooding.

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