Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Physio pool to be closed

Physio pool to be closed

Dismayed pool users are vowing to fight the closure of Dunedin's physio pool.

Doubts over transfer of buses to DCC

Doubts over transfer of buses to DCC

The Dunedin City Council has backed away from taking over the city's public transport network next year, amid concerns over what it describes as ''substantial risks'' from planned bus system changes.

All quiet on Carisbrook future

All quiet on Carisbrook future

One year on from the sale of Carisbrook and the diggers have gone, taking the grandstands with them and leaving behind a vacant lot full of muddy puddles and unanswered questions. ChrisMorris reports.

Road crossing fraught

Road crossing fraught

Spasmodic traffic lights at the Princes and Rattray Sts intersection and a ''ridiculous'' traffic management plan has made crossing dangerous, Dunedin grandmother Shar Carlini says.

Looking back 92 years

Looking back 92 years

Ian Chirnside is one of New Zealand's oldest men and thought to be both the oldest surviving University of Otago graduate and earliest surviving staff member. Tertiary education reporter Vaughan Elder takes a look at some of changes Mr Chirnside has seen.

Conflict leaves science trip uncertain

Conflict leaves science trip uncertain

Mathew Denys' trip of a lifetime to the World Science Conference in Jerusalem next month is in limbo as conflict rages in Gaza.

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