Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Exemplar in a maelstrom

Exemplar in a maelstrom

The world in 2016 is the sort of place you wouldn't take your mother, a planet riddled with violence and with idiots clearly in the ascendant. But David Loughrey knows of an excellent little city that might have a lot to teach a wretched Earth.

Search on for unenrolled residents

Search on for unenrolled residents

Registrar of electors Dee Vickers is constantly amazed by the lack of awareness many people have of local government and its importance to their lives.

Charity helping to care for pets

Charity helping to care for pets

A new chrity in Dunedin aims to keep elderly or infirm people and their pets together.

Refugees give back to city

Refugees give back to city More than two months since the first group of Syrian refugees arrived in Dunedin, many are settling in and finding work.

Campaign nearly halfway

Campaign nearly halfway

The "Help Rescue SPCA Otago'' fundraising campaign has reached a pleasing $706,143 this week, and is fast approaching the halfway point.

Electricity trends studied

Electricity trends studied

Easier access to renewable energy and smarter appliances will change the patterns of domestic demand for power, University of Otago senior lecturer Michael Jack says.

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