Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Call for more help

Call for more help

An apparent rise in the number of suicides has prompted a call for improvements to southern mental health services.

No plans to replace beach sand

The Dunedin City Council has no immediate plans to replace sand lost from dunes at city beaches.

Deer no longer in Mosgiel urban area

Twelve of the 16 deer that escaped from an Otago Venison paddock and ran through the streets of Mosgiel on Monday have ''cleared the urban area''.

Well served with recreation facilities

Well served with recreation facilities

Customer service will be a major focus for the man who has taken charge of Dunedin's parks, reserves and pools.

King's staying silent on cap decision

The King's High School board of trustees has made a decision on whether it will agree to a Ministry of Education call for an enrolment scheme to cap its roll - but is not ready to make the decision public.

Rise in animal drownings condemned

Rise in animal drownings condemned

Animal rights advocates have condemned a ''disturbing'' rise in the number of forced animal drownings in Otago this year.

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