Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Policies improved after hospital deaths

Policies improved after hospital deaths

Hospital policies have been improved following the deaths of three people at South Island hospitals over a three-year period, a coroner says.

Better welcome urged for cruise passengers

Better welcome urged for cruise passengers

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.

Costume party

Costume party

Erin Byas (7), of Dunedin, during the Globe Theatre open day and fair held on Saturday.

Evening raises $5000 for Tuwhare crib residency

The first fundraising steps have been taken on a path it is hoped will lead to a creative residence at Kaka Point.

Boy injured in sand-dune slide

Boy injured in sand-dune slide

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.

For the Empire's cause . . .

For the Empire's cause . . .

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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