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On watch as young cut loose in studentville

On watch as young cut loose in studentville

The student quarter forms the backbone of Dunedin - economically and socially. But a community of 20,000 packed like sardines has its drawbacks. ODT reporter Timothy Brown spends a night with those charged with policing ''studentville''.

Raucous start to new year

Raucous start to new year

The year 2015 - the Year of the Sheep, according to the Chinese zodiac - is one of promise and prosperity, and it got off to a noisy start in Dunedin last night.

Hundreds gather at Toga Party

Hundreds gather at Toga Party

Hundreds of first-year students raise their hands and voices as the 2015 Toga Party gets under way at Forsyth Barr Stadium last night.

Sniffing out stoats

Sniffing out stoats

Woody wags his tail and jumps for sticks madly like any terrier, but when he puts on his red jacket he is all business.

Dunedin company soars into the drone age

Dunedin company soars into the drone age

Dunedin company Animation Research Ltd's entry into the emerging drone industry is just taking flight after the purchase of a massive eight-prop drone.

'I could have killed them' - crash driver

'I could have killed them' - crash driver

A truck driver feared someone could be killed in a horrific crash at East Taieri yesterday.

Video: Highlanders have come together 'really well'

Video: Highlanders have come together 'really well'

ODT rugby columnist speaks with Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph ahead of the 2015 Super 15 season. 

Lens on breath-taking behaviour

Lens on breath-taking behaviour

Underwater flight - looking over a Yellow-eyed penguin's shoulder from Tawaki Project on Vimeo.

Bobbing up to the surface of the sea, a yellow-eyed penguin takes only a small breath before she dives down again in her search for food.

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