Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Anger as station remains closed

Anger as station remains closed

The South Dunedin community is tired of waiting for its community police station to reopen to the public after being closed for 11 months and is demanding answers.

Principal getting better all the time

Principal getting better all the time

A St Clair family's world had been "turned upside down'' after husband and father Craig Hickford was seriously injured when he was struck by a ute while cycling in February, but things are improving.

Dean says hospital food issue 'beat-up'

Dean says hospital food issue 'beat-up'

People do not go to hospital to eat, they go there to be treated, Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean said during a debate in Parliament about scrapping this year's election at the Southern District Health Board.

Football turf at park hope

Football turf at park hope

Football South has proposed a $3.5million artificial turf at Logan Park.

Water-pollution message delivered through mural

Water-pollution message delivered through mural

A Queenstown artist has stopped her national mural tour in Dunedin to raise awareness about the environment.

Life-line for some with melanoma

Some Dunedin melanoma patients died after they could not access a life-extending cancer drug that looks set to be funded in a couple of months, Dunedin oncologist Chris Jackson says.

ODT/directory - Local Businesses

CompanyLocationBusiness Type
Russell Cassidy LawyerDunedinLawyers
Beuchat - Scuba Diving WetsuitYour TownSporting Goods
Programmed Property ServicesDunedinPainters
Bank's Building ServicesOamaruBuilders
Syndicate content