Hospital policies have been improved following the deaths of
three people at South Island hospitals over a three-year
period, a coroner says.
Dunedin needs to do more to welcome cruise ship passengers to
secure an industry now worth $38 million a year to Otago, a
new action plan suggests.
Erin Byas (7), of Dunedin, during the Globe Theatre open day
and fair held on Saturday.
The first fundraising steps have been taken on a path it is
hoped will lead to a creative residence at Kaka Point.
St John ambulance officers tend to a 13-year-old boy who
injured his back while sliding down sand dunes at Tomahawk
Beach about 2.30pm on Saturday.
Today, the Otago Daily Times begins publishing
commemoration notices for those with Otago links who died
during World War 1. Here, Timothy Brown recounts the story of
Otago's first WW1 fatality.
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