Dunedin student Tim Rogers is riding a wave - or should that
be tuk-tuk - of entrepreneurial success.
The Government has ordered additional reports into loading
standards for balconies after collapse of a balcony on Castle
St which injured 18 people.
Refugees bound for Dunedin are being offered three and
four-bedroom state houses as preparations ramp up for their
arrival next week.
is gearing up to deal with an unprecedented 96 cruise ship
visits next season, with the industry hitting a new level
Richard Cox was up before the birds and hundreds of other
Dunedin residents yesterday in his quest to get tickets to a
Up to 150mm of rain and winds gusting to 110kmh are expected
for the Southern Lakes and Central Otago today.
Ahead of the arrival of 45 Syrian refugees to Dunedin,
reporter Vaughan Elder and videographer Craig Baxter visited
the Mangere Refugee Resettlement Centre in Auckland to hear
some of their stories.
Otago Daily Times rugby correspondent Paul Dwyer catches
up with Mark Scully, the sponsor of the tipping competition
in the ODT, and Otago Rugby Union general manager
Richard Emerson has brought new meaning to the words ‘‘mini
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