Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Home invasion details still unclear

Home invasion details still unclear

Police are still in the early stages of an investigation into an alleged home invasion which left a 55-year-old Green Island man with serious injuries.

Dunedin neurosurgeon Samir Bishara dies

Well-known Dunedin neurosurgeon Assoc Prof Samir Bishara, ONZM, died earlier this week, aged 87.

Safety projects planned in South

Safety improvements totalling $3million have been earmarked for State Highway 88, between Dunedin and Port Chalmers.

Far from home

Far from home

Members of the British consulate (from left) Joel Watson, Carrie Talbot, Daniel Mackisack, Callum Valentine, Lizzie Lewis, Rachel Carruthers, Helen Smith, Deirdre Bonis and Alice Wilson man the British High Commission Rugby is Great marquee in the Octagon yesterday.

Readers’ survey one for the birds

Dunedin and other Otago readers can now take part in an annual Garden Bird Survey, which takes place throughout the country, starting today and ending on July 3.

Deadline creeps upon pitch-invading geese

They've had another week in the blissful Port Chalmers surroundings and yesterday afternoon the eight geese were still fouling Watson Park, despite the threat of death hanging over their heads.

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