Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Women in blue break glass ceiling with force

Women in blue break glass ceiling with force

They can already be considered pioneers of Southern policing but this mother and daughter say "there is still ground to be broken''.

Passion for meat drives apprentice

Passion for meat drives apprentice

Two years ago, Ben Henry swapped a stack of textbooks for a floor covered in blood and guts.

Hospital's teaching role 'must be kept'

Hospital's teaching role 'must be kept'

Dunedin Hospital's role as a teaching hospital must be preserved in the $300 million hospital redevelopment, University of Otago medicine department head Prof Rob Walker says.

Sentencing group to march

Sentencing group to march

Dunedin members of the Sensible Sentencing Trust will lead a peaceful march to the Dunedin courthouse on Monday, to coincide with the sentencing of the killers of 3-year-old Moko Rangitoheriri.

Longtime book bus driver likes the ‘people contact’

Longtime book bus driver likes the ‘people contact’

People contact has been the main appeal for one longtime Dunedin City Libraries book bus driver.

Urban beekeeping growing: apiarist

Urban beekeeping growing: apiarist

Backyard beehives have risen in popularity as the fear of bees lessens and awareness of their benefits increase, one Dunedin beekeeper says.

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