Otago Daily Times: Web Edition Articles (New Zealand)
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- Musselburgh classroom makeover
Standing next to what will soon be a classroom of Musselburgh School is principal Rob Taylor in Dunedin yesterday.
- Satisfying, solid Syrah line-up
Living and working in the south of the country, I don't get to see Hawke's Bay wines as much as I do those from Central, so it was quite a treat looking forward to a range of Syrahs.
- Smelter 'sources of contamination' highlighted
The potential for environmental contamination from the Tiwai aluminium smelter is under examination, and the neighbouring coastal marine area is being monitored by an independent organisation.
- 'Relief' as Catlins school gets new pupils
A small rural school appears to have temporarily banished fears of its closure, following a successful drive to secure more pupils.
- Changes spur call to join council's climate advisory group
Changes in the makeup of the Queenstown Lakes District Council's independent climate reference group (CRG) have led to a call for people to come forward to become members of the group.
- Coll's win reflects the fact he is feeling good in mind, body
New Zealand professional Paul Coll is safely through to the quarterfinals of the Tournament of Champions at Grand Central Station in New York.
- Chipping in on school working bee
Brent Slocombe works with fellow parents and staff at Musselburgh School, to top up the woodchips around the school's playgrounds.
- Riders and bucking broncos all set for annual rodeo
They are trained, focused and champing at the bit — and that's just the riders.
- Signs too late to stop drowning
Warning signs were set to go up the day after an Australian man drowned at Glenorchy, following a nearly identical tragedy the week before.
- Clap revisits old scene to improve tag
The street artist (or vandal, in the eyes of the law) known as Clap, once hailed as "the Banksy of Invercargill", appears to have seen the error in their ways and returned to a Southland charity store with an improved piece of artwork.
- Queen's Birthday Honours: The Southern recipients
- Dunedin Mayoralty Candidate Pamela Taylor in discussion
Dunedin Mayoralty Candidate Pamela Taylor on Democracy, He Puapua, and the Three Waters Iwi Corporate Takeover....
- No mountain, no river
A truly personal story lies behind Erica Newman's ground-breaking research that is helping reshape family relations in New Zealand. Bruce Munro talks to Dr Newman about why Māori adoptees and their descendants need a law change and asks what it means for all of us to forge identities grounded in...
- Siblings who were abused not entitled to late father's assets
WARNING: This article discusses sexual and physical assault and mental health...
- Tuberculosis battle continues
Anything in the nature of a progress report bearing upon the campaign against tuberculosis is of interest to every community. Scanning the account of the proceedings at the recent conference at Liverpool of the National Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis we at least gather some idea of...
- Shareholder agreements vital
If you are in business with other people (like co-founders or investors), it is important to have a shareholders agreement....
- Law turning its gaze on climate accused
Juries have started questioning who the real criminals are in the unforgiving arena of climate change politics, writes Prof Ceri Warnock....
- Sounds like a hit
From Ed Sheeran to Katy Perry, plagiarism claims are an occupational hazard for musicians, writes Vanessa Thorpe....
- Sex coercion alleged with covert recording
A Dunedin man allegedly used a secret sex video of a woman he met online to force her into further acts, a court has heard....
- Council to miss plan deadline by two months
The Waimate District Council will not meet the statutory deadline for adopting its long-term plan....