Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

City's cycle-friendly commitment recognised

City's cycle-friendly commitment recognised

Dunedin has pedalled away with a national award at a ceremony recognising New Zealand's champions for walking and cycling.

Injuries to victim's head described

Injuries to victim's head described

At least 11 separate points of ''forceful contact'' to the head were identified during the postmortem conducted on Justin Conrad McFarlane's body, the jury in a murder trial in the High Court at Dunedin has been told.

Ebola fears come to nothing

Ebola fears come to nothing

A broken toe has put a Clinton missionary at the centre of an Ebola scare in Dunedin.

Cameras worth it, cabbies say

Cameras worth it, cabbies say

Dunedin taxi drivers have had a third eye watching their backs for nearly four years, and for many it has been ''well worth the investment''.

Royal Society honours four Otago researchers

Royal Society honours four Otago researchers

Four University of Otago researchers, Profs Catherine Day, Ewan Fordyce, Neil McNaughton and Iain Raeburn, have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Society of New Zealand.

Long time to hold on to a guilty secret

Long time to hold on to a guilty secret

Police believe someone with a guilty conscience may have ''that extra bit'' of information that will lead to closure for the family of Tuitania Barclay.

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