Ewen Oats cannot forget the
clouds of dust that clogged his lungs 40 years ago.
Thousands of people spilled into the Octagon and crammed up
the stairs of St Paul's last night to watch the Dunedin
Kaikorai were far too good for an ordinary Harbour team in
Dunedin Premier Club Rugby today, running out 46-12 winners.
From miracle mineral to
silent killer, asbestos has left behind a toxic legacy of
death and disease in New Zealand. In the first of a
three-part series, Chris Morris counts the human cost.
"dystopian future'' is bright for the zombie horde set to
infest the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival tonight.
Between the two of them, recently retired Rob Duffy and Atha
Nazaris have chalked up nearly a century of service to
About 300 people stood in silence at a candlelight vigil in
the Octagon last night in a show of support for the victims
of the Orlando massacre.
If you picked up an Otago Daily Times this morning,
you held a small piece of a burned house in your hands.
Boys' High School knocked off the leader of the Crusaders
school competition yesterday but all of a sudden may have
bigger fish to fry.
University of Otago students did glow yoga at the Otago
University Students' Association Clubs & Societies Centre
in Dunedin last night.
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