Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Researcher earns international award

Researcher earns international award

University of Otago School of Surveying student Judy Rodda says she is living her childhood dream.

Call to restrict hunters

A concerned police officer wants the Department of Conservation to restrict the number of hunters allowed in a single area before there is another shooting fatality. But Doc says the number of permits issued has never caused a problem.

Two claims settled, more in the pipeline

Two claims have been settled with the Ministry of Social Development in relation to Edward Anand's offending and more are in progress, the ministry said in a statement.

Owner of unleashed dog fined

A Dunedin dog owner has been fined and given a fencing order after an investigation into an attack in which a man was bitten.

I’m being forced out, cafe owner says

I’m being forced out, cafe owner says

A Russian businesswoman believes she is being forced out of her leased premises in the Dunedin Railway Station by the Dunedin City Council to make way for a new family restaurant chain.

Urged to reduce emissions

The council needs to place ‘‘much greater'' emphasis on reducing emissions and adapting to the changed environment that will come with sea level rise.

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