Otago Daily Times: Web Edition Articles (New Zealand)
- Feedback sought on 'safer' Princes St
Dunedin's Princes St could be made better for buses, more attractive and "safer for everyone", and the Dunedin City Council is seeking ideas from the public on how to make this happen.
- Head to harbour for magical Matariki light show
Those looking for some uplifting light in the darkness of mid-winter Dunedin can find it in Otago Harbour for the next three nights.
- House fire in North East Valley
Emergency services were called to a house fire in Dunedin's North East Valley on Thursday night.
- Nuggets pay for poor shooting against Rams
Tray Boyd's pass always looked too hard.
- Presbyterian Support buys beleaguered rest-home
An aged-care facility which has been under scrutiny will begin life under new ownership next week.
- Vehicle beach ban has backing
Sentiment towards a proposed new vehicle beach access bylaw for Clutha was broadly positive during an initial round of hearings yesterday.
- Drugs, weapons found in stolen car
A man has been arrested after fleeing police near Kakanui on Wednesday.
- Now you see it ...
A cyclist steers around a recently installed traffic light pole on the shared path in Wharf St, at the intersection with Kitchener St, in Dunedin on Wednesday.
- Paddon off on Europe campaign
Hayden Paddon does not expect to have the training wheels on for too long.
- Stars of the season...
Presbyterian Support Otago staff and King's High School pupils welcome more donations of canned food during another successful "Octacan" appeal yesterday.
- Country music a fight for women
Giving herself an excuse to sing the songs of her favourite country music artists has been a bonus for Tami Neilson, but the real reason behind her latest show is to lift the lid on gender inequality in country music. She talks to Rebecca Fox....
- Murder victim loved, missed
Brent Bacon came to Dunedin for a fresh start in 2018, a move that brought him closer to family and gave his life stability. But within months he was dead, beaten to death with a cricket bat. Rob Kidd looks at how the tragedy unfolded and speaks to a family left clutching the memories of a larger-th...
- Shareholder agreements vital
If you are in business with other people (like co-founders or investors), it is important to have a shareholders agreement....
- 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...
- Poll: Three Waters backtrack
The fundamentals of the Dunedin City Council's relationship with mana whenua were shaken by the council's brief membership of a Three Waters lobby group, but repairs are under way, the city's mayor says....
- Ainsley home after taking the long way
Otago's return to the field against Manawatu was a seven-week wait for most of the team....
- Differentiating NZ's meat in flexitarian market worthwhile
I heard about a young Australian entrepreneur, Ben Pasternak, who moved to New York at the age of 16 to start a business — he's now 21....
- Covering all the bases
MLB: THE SHOW...
- Ministry worried mine may contaminate water
Concerns over the potential for contamination of a Southland school's water supply have been raised in the one submission to a gold mine consent application....
- Researchers' discovery could help beat tuberculosis
Four University of Otago researchers have made what they say is a major scientific breakthrough that could lead to the elimination of the world's biggest infectious disease killer, tuberculosis (Tb)....