Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

E-govt study finds variance

E-govt study finds variance

Local government is outperforming central government on both sides of the Tasman in responding to email queries, a University of Otago study has found.

Plan to restore grave

Plan to restore grave

An obsession with the origin of the Mosgiel name has prompted a project to restore the grave of the town's founder.

Boardwalk solution suggested

Boardwalk solution suggested

The New Zealand Transport Agency says it is open to all ideas for completing the West Harbour cycleway, but it needs to be much cheaper than estimates for the original plan which were well over the $6 million to $10 million allocated.

'Good for cats, good for wildlife'

'Good for cats, good for wildlife'

There is an emerging consensus cats need to be managed, starting with microchipping, economist and author with the Morgan Foundation Geoff Simmons says.

Signs carry anti-theft message

Signs carry anti-theft message

One hundred new signs will warn residents to ‘‘lock it or lose it'' in an area of North Dunedin recently hit by several burglaries.

Sabbath: Fans have gathered in their masses

Sabbath: Fans have gathered in their masses

Beginning of The End . . . English heavy metal band Black Sabbath open its Dunedin concert tonight with the song Black Sabbath from its debut 1970 album Black Sabbath.

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