Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

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 today.

Missing boy found 'safe and well'

Missing boy found 'safe and well'

Police search and rescue teams and volunteer firefighters searching for a missing child near Middlemarch have found the boy safe and well this afternoon.

Shaping Dunedin's electoral future

Shaping Dunedin's electoral future

The future of Dunedin's local government will be shaped by about 170 submissions, but it could also come down to the views of the Local Government Commission.

Pair lost in forest had no permit

Two Dunedin men who became lost and spent nearly 24 hours alone in a forestry block were not meant to be in the area, police say.

Backyard Biodiversity project

Backyard Biodiversity project

St Leonards School biodiversity facilitator Trudi Webster shows pupils James (8) and Katie (7) McMillan kits that will help them monitor wildlife in their backyards.

New dept leader named

New dept leader named

Historian Tony Ballantyne will take on leadership of the University of Otago's humanities division as its new pro vice-chancellor, the university announced yesterday.

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