Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Pool helps McKenna keep up

Pool helps McKenna keep up

It seems McKenna Gray can't wait to get going. Much to her mum's dismay, she was born more than two months early.

Rural voice sought in broadband provision

Rural voice sought in broadband provision

Dunedin's rural communities will get a voice when it comes to deciding who gets a share of $150 million in new government funds to improve internet speeds.

Firefighter hangs up his hat

Firefighter hangs up his hat

Robert Calder has cleared his locker out and given his uniform back.

Massive turn out for Dawn Services

Massive turn out for Dawn Services

The 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings have been marked by unprecedented crowds across Otago today.

Listen to coroners, dean urges

Listen to coroners, dean urges

New Zealand owes it to the victims to learn from the short- comings revealed at this week's inquest into the murders of Bradley and Ellen Livingstone, a leading legal academic says.

'We fell short,' top policeman admits

'We fell short,' top policeman admits

Otago's top policeman choked back tears as he recounted Dunedin police's significant failures in their handling of Edward Livingstone.

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