Otago

Winter makes presence felt

Winter makes presence felt

A wintry blast yesterday brought settling snow to Dunedin for the first time this winter.

Addressing cellphone black spots

Addressing cellphone black spots

Those concerned about a lack of cellphone coverage over the Haast and Lindis Passes and other "black spots'' should get an indication later this year about when the problem might be fixed.

Life in regions can be tough for gays

Life in regions can be tough for gays

It is 30 years since the Homosexual Law Reform Act 1986 was passed, legalising sex between consenting males in New Zealand. Three decades on, North Otago reporter Shannon Gillies finds out what life is like these days for some members of Otago's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, queer and intersex community who live outside Dunedin.

Only 4 nominees so far

Only four people have put their hands up so far for dozens of local government roles in Otago's district council areas.

Battle to save birds resumes

Battle to save birds resumes

More than $20 million and 720,000ha: today is D-Day for the biggest pest control operation in New Zealand's history.

ORC concern at Govt interference

ORC concern at Govt interference

Local government in Dunedin and Otago should not become the "puppets of Wellington'' and must retain close links with Otago people, and their needs, Otago Regional Council chairman Stephen Woodhead says.

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