Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Baby odyssey: familiar face to call their own

Baby odyssey: familiar face to call their own A Dunedin couple battling fertility issues has considered adoption, foster care and embryo adoption, but rejected them all because they really want a baby who looks like their own. Now they hope they have the solution - importing an egg from Germany.

Expiry date looms for frozen embryos

The first batch of frozen embryos, sperm and eggs given a 10-year time limit is due to expire in November, specialists say.

Cyclist providing pedal-powered way to get perked

Cyclist providing pedal-powered way to get perked

Coffee on the run will become coffee on the roll in Dunedin from today.

Parade marks departure of soldiers

Parade marks departure of soldiers

Thousands of Dunedin people will march in the footsteps of their forefathers, as the city gears up for the first major World War 1 centenary event in September.

Fundraising for breakwater

Fundraising for breakwater

Te Rauone residents are banding together to raise $70,000 towards building a breakwater they hope will save their beach.

Peace declared in Castle St

Peace declared in Castle St

An initiative to establish a Zone of Peace in Castle St, North Dunedin, has given people food for thought. Brenda Harwood takes a look at the concept.

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Taieri Print LtdDunedinPrinters
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