Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Students getting more choice

Students getting more choice

After six years of declining student numbers at the University of Otago, it is a renter's market in the most popular student streets of North Dunedin. Carla Green reports on what that means for landlords, and for students.

Refugee mental health fears

Refugee mental health fears

A lack of information about incoming Syrian refugees is causing concern among the Dunedin's mental health community.

MS treatment funding hailed

MS treatment funding hailed

Grit, determination and a positive attitude - along with access to effective medications - are vital for Mike Harrison as he lives day-to-day with multiple sclerosis.

Plea to adopt rescued kittens

Plea to adopt rescued kittens

In the year since Animal Rescue Network NZ was founded in Dunedin, the ongoing fight to control the city's feral cat colonies has dominated the lives of group members.

Time to attract talent (+ video)

Time to attract talent (+ video)

The star games developer behind rapidly expanding Dunedin games studio RocketWerkz plans to hire an extra 50 staff this year as he prepares to start work on his next global hit. Vaughan Elder investigates.

Water sports day for disabled

Water sports day for disabled

Physically disabled young people will have the chance to try surfing, boogie boarding, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding this month.

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