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Picks 'underwhelming', Otago flag designer says

Picks 'underwhelming', Otago flag designer says

As New Zealand takes sides on the future of its flag, the man who designed Otago's flag has dismissed all four proposed options as ''underwhelming''.

Smiles on their dials keep driver coming back

Smiles on their dials keep driver coming back

A ride in a truck convoy is ''so important'' for children with disabilities, a Dunedin mum says.

Mini marvels

Mini marvels

Junior All White Jordy Sherriff takes an unsuccessful shot during the penalty shootout in the eighth grade final of the Otago Daily Times sponsored Mini World Cup at the Kensington Oval on Saturday.

Healthy canteen menu wins excellence award

Healthy canteen menu wins excellence award

Here's food for thought: generally, young people absolutely love pies, chips, lollies and fizzy drinks.

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute tips

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute tips

ODT racing writer Matt Smith previews the weekend's racing action.

Attitude the key, PM tells top pupils

Attitude the key, PM tells top pupils

Prime Minister John Key offered words of advice, with tongue in cheek, to the 57 outstanding pupils from 29 secondary schools during the 2015 Otago Daily Times Class Act awards ceremony at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery yesterday.

Anti-TPP protesters target Key meeting

Anti-TPP protesters target Key meeting

Protesters jostled with police last night as they tried to disrupt a National Party fundraising event in Dunedin.

School's new learning centre praised

School's new learning centre praised

Prime Minister John Key and George Street Normal School principal Rod Galloway at the official opening of the school's new modern learning environment yesterday.

TPPA protest escalates in Dunedin

TPPA protest escalates in Dunedin

Protesters jostled with police tonight as they tried to disrupt a National Party fundraising event in Dunedin.

Kiwi return, stoat may still be lurking

Kiwi return, stoat may still be lurking

Some of the young kiwi evacuated in June after a stoat invaded Orokonui Ecosanctuary at Waitati have returned to the reserve, even though the stoat may still be at large.

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