Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Polytech mulls more drug testing

Polytech mulls more drug testing

Otago Polytechnic is considering drug and alcohol testing for most students and staff, after almost 100 engineering students were tested for drugs earlier this year.

Ministry 'has to front up' over courthouse

Ministry 'has to front up' over courthouse

The ''massive lack of transparency'' around the future of the historic Dunedin courthouse in Stuart St has been challenged by Dunedin South MP Clare Curran.

DHB member speaks out over outsourcing plan

DHB member speaks out over outsourcing plan

A Southern District Health Board member has spoken out against the kitchen outsourcing proposal, saying it will not serve the interests of the health board or the community.

Judgement details sex predator's years of offending

Judgement details sex predator's years of offending

A sickening three-decade-long string of sexual offences against often vulnerable boys has been documented in a High Court judgement of the crimes of a man who committed his offences in Dunedin, Palmerston and other sites around Otago.

Physiotherapy dean named

Physiotherapy dean named

The University of Otago has appointed Prof Leigh Hale as the new dean of its School of Physiotherapy.

15 jobs in doubt as city council considers outsourcing IT work

15 jobs in doubt as city council considers outsourcing IT work

15 jobs are under a cloud as the Dunedin City Council considers outsourcing part of its information technology department.

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