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South Dunedin faces up to public scrutiny (+ video)

South Dunedin faces up to public scrutiny (+ video)

If you live in South Dunedin, these are some of the people in your neighbourhood.

Fatal crash driver might have ‘fallen asleep’ (+ video)

Fatal crash driver might have ‘fallen asleep’ (+ video)

The driver of a Hertz 10-seater passenger van that crashed, killing an Indian tourist near Queensberry last month, conceded he might have fallen asleep at the wheel.

Toxic smoke fears in landfill fire (+ video)

Toxic smoke fears in landfill fire (+ video)

A fire at a Dunedin landfill prompted fears of toxic smoke but it appeared to go unnoticed by many residents in the area.

Watch this space: stitching ethics to clothes creation (+ video)

Watch this space: stitching ethics to clothes creation (+ video)

A pop-up fashion space in central Dunedin is encouraging people to consider the ethics behind the production and consumption of clothing.

Fire at Dunedin landfill extinguished (+ video)

Fire at Dunedin landfill extinguished (+ video)

Residents close to the Green Island landfill are being told it is safe to go outside after smoke from a fire at the site prompted warnings for them to stay indoors this morning.

Regimental symbols left to Dunedin (+ video)

Regimental symbols left to Dunedin (+ video)

One final stirring parade bearing the New Zealand Scottish Regiment colours brought central Dunedin to a standstill on Saturday, before the colours were presented to a city museum for posterity and safekeeping.

Laying up of colours parade (+ video)

Laying up of colours parade (+ video)

A military parade featuring tanks, more than 100 soldiers, and war veterans brought central Dunedin to a halt today before the official laying up of the New Zealand Scottish Regiment colours at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum.

Teachers build refugees' trust (+ video)

Teachers build refugees' trust (+ video)

Ahead of the arrival of 45 Syrian refugees to Dunedin next Friday, ODT reporter Vaughan Elder  and videographer Craig Baxter visited the Mangere Refugee Resettlement Centre in Auckland and heard the stories of people who worked there.

Balcony standards under scrutiny (+ video)

Balcony standards under scrutiny (+ video)

The Government has ordered additional reports into loading standards for balconies after the collapse of a balcony in Castle St that injured 18 people.

Tidy returns from a tuk-tuk for two (+ video)

Tidy returns from a tuk-tuk for two (+ video)

Dunedin student Tim Rogers is riding a wave - or should that be tuk-tuk - of entrepreneurial success.

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