Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Just stop, driver begs

Just stop, driver begs

Every day, a Dunedin-based locomotive driver has a near miss with a motorist.

Aurora plans $139.2m upgrade

Aurora plans $139.2m upgrade

Dunedin City Council-owned lines company Aurora Energy says a planned $139.2 million investment in its network will create about 20 jobs and help ensure the lights stay on as growth picks up in Central Otago.

Committee approves Halfway Bush subdivision

A Halfway Bush, Dunedin, couple have been granted consent to subdivide their rural property into two lots.

ORC ups its insurance

Fallout from the Rena grounding off Tauranga's coast has led the Otago Regional Council to nearly triple its insurance cover for harbour incidents.

'Kings' disease' all too common

'Kings' disease' all too common University of Otago biochemist Associate Prof Tony Merriman is among the leaders of an international research project involving gout genetics. He recently gained $5 million to continue his gout-related research for another five years.

Who loves ya, baby?

Who loves ya, baby?

Jacob Munro (9 months, left), Mason Patterson (19 months, centre) and Leeroy Armishaw (8 months) are sitting pretty after winning the Otago Daily Times' Baby Times cutest baby photographic competition.

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