Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Tuning up the DCC

Tuning up the DCC

Sue Bidrose is not what you might reasonably expect.

Quantum leap for university research

Quantum leap for university research

Otago is a province with a rich history of establishing firsts. We have led the way in many fields and that tradition continues. Researchers at the University of Otago are attracting international attention, with some granted millions of dollars for cutting-edge projects. So what are they up to? Reporter John Gibb, in a fortnightly series, does his own research on the researchers.

Youth to lead anti-bullying group

Youth to lead anti-bullying group

A new youth-led programme to take action against bullying is to be launched in Dunedin early next year.

Seven wonders of world now ticked off to-do list

Seven wonders of world now ticked off to-do list

The taste of lime and tequila, the sensation of standing atop reed islands and the friendliness of South American people linger in the mind of Dunedin woman Julie Woods.

Notice given of new drink-drive limits

Notice given of new drink-drive limits

Lower adult drink-drive limits will further reduce the number of people being killed or injured on local roads, Dunedin police say.

Carisbrook Heights school 'here to stay'

Carisbrook Heights school 'here to stay'

After school closures and mergers in Dunedin in recent years there has finally been some good news for parents in the Corstorphine and Calton Hill area. Dan Hutchinson catches up with everyone at Carisbrook Heights School as they find out their site will stay open permanently. 

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