Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Alarm over off-road toll

Alarm over off-road toll

Federated Farmers Otago president says children on four-wheeled bikes are a reality of rural life despite damning statistics and some calling for a ban.

Invitation to join Ivy League worth a scream

Invitation to join Ivy League worth a scream

One of Dunedin's top secondary school pupils has been snapped up by a private Ivy League research university, to study in the United States.

Grants promote brain research at university

Grants promote brain research at university

 University of Otago researcher Dr Margaret Ryan is delighted to have received a $186,000 grant from the Neurological Foundation, to deepen understanding of a protein that could help treat Alzheimer's disease.

Saddle Hill discussions set to move to next stage

Saddle Hill discussions set to move to next stage

The court process over quarrying on Saddle Hill could be moving into another complex and lengthy phase, despite a Dunedin City Council decision not to appeal a recent High Court judgement confirming the quarry owner has consent for its activities.

Group celebrates High st co-housing plan approval

Group celebrates High st co-housing plan approval

The South Island's first co-housing community has been given approval to set up in Dunedin.

Kindergarten pets returned

Kindergarten pets returned

Tears of joy and a sign celebrating the safe return of Snowball and Mischief greeted Mosgiel kindergarten pupils yesterday.

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