Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Weather staying true to stereotypes today

Weather staying true to stereotypes today

Early morning fog lingering around areas of the North Island this morning is expected to clear by mid-morning, making way for some sun and warmer temperatures.

Former tavern set to reopen as bar while plan for conversion continues

Former tavern set to reopen as bar while plan for conversion continues

A suburban Dunedin tavern is set to reopen in the coming months after closing last year.

New role a 'wonderful opportunity'

New role a 'wonderful opportunity'

One of Dunedin's top organists has been appointed to one of the world's most prestigious organist jobs in Sweden.

Kakanui insects, invertebrates sorted

Kakanui insects, invertebrates sorted

Insects and invertebrates went under the microscope at a University of Otago department of zoology insect sorting weekend.

Former MP to chair flood meeting

A former Labour MP and cabinet minister has been called on to help ensure a meeting about Dunedin City Council's response to last June's flood runs smoothly.

Japanese medical student to pay $1000 reparation

A Japanese medical student holidaying in New Zealand has been allowed to go home after paying $1000 reparation to a teenage driver injured in a two-vehicle crash near Henley last month.

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