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.
University of Otago brain health researcher Prof Cliff
Abraham is "delighted'' his research team has received a
programme grant of nearly $5million to pursue a new approach
to counter Alzheimer's disease.
The exam nerves of 100 Carrington College residents were
eased by the sweet smooches of kittens yesterday.
Three men with weapons including a sword and a firearm robbed
a Dunedin service station in the early hours of this morning.
At last. The ski world has caught up with The Jetsons.
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