Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Highlanders fans in South rejoice

Highlanders fans in South rejoice

In the extremely unlikely event the Highlanders didn't understand how much love was out there for the boys in blue, gold and maroon - and occasionally green - the answer was clear at Dunedin airport. And a big crowd is expected today to welcome back the Super Rugby champions.

ORC justifies breach policy

ORC justifies breach policy

Dairy farmers are increasingly likely to face diversion rather than conviction for water quality breaches after a change in Otago Regional Council policy.

Thousands oppose health cuts

Thousands oppose health cuts

The Oamaru community sent a clear message to the SDHB yesterday by turning out in force for a protest march opposing any cuts to funding for the Oamaru Hospital and its health services.

Man on murder charge

Man on murder charge

A man has been charged with murder following the death of a woman in Waldronville.

Fix for call centre problems

Fix for call centre problems

Problems with the Royal District Nursing Service's call centre are unacceptable, and specialist health call centre consultants from Australia have come up with a fix, chief executive Todd Perkinson says.

Five posties gone as NZ Post changes begin

Five posties gone as NZ Post changes begin

Five Dunedin posties have taken voluntary redundancy in the mail delivery service scale down, New Zealand Post has confirmed.

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