Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Hospital food 'not hot’ but ‘will improve’

Hospital food 'not hot’ but ‘will improve’

Compass says some Dunedin Hospital patient meals were not hot enough this week, but the meals are improving each day.

Students getting more choice

Students getting more choice

After six years of declining student numbers at the University of Otago, it is a renter's market in the most popular student streets of North Dunedin. Carla Green reports on what that means for landlords, and for students.

Signal Hill house fire 'suspicious'

Signal Hill house fire 'suspicious'

Emergency services are investigating after a derelict house in Dunedin was destroyed in a blaze early this morning.

A thorny subject for some

A thorny subject for some

Southern women are winning the war of the roses.

Big crowd at Thieves’ Alley market

Big crowd at Thieves’ Alley market

If you have never played rugby and you want to know what it feels like being mixed up in a rolling maul, then Thieves' Alley was the place to be today.

Tourists love freedom of 'beautiful' land

Tourists love freedom of 'beautiful' land

Freedom campers have been copping flak from some Dunedin residents. They have been accused of leaving human excrement in sand dunes and adding no money to the local economy. Reporter Craig Borley went to Warrington Domain's freedom-camping area to hear the campers' side of the story. 

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