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2014/12/22 17:23
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Two 6-week-old yellow-eyed penguin chicks at Penguin Place on Otago Peninsula. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. There is the one that was found thin, with bad cuts to its flippers, in March and, thanks to...
2014/12/22 17:23
2014/12/22 17:23
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2014/12/21 22:16
2014/12/21 22:16
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Firefighters clean up an oil spill from the truck which rolled over a bank in Caversham, yesterday. Photo / Gerard O'Brien Mike Rankin counts himself lucky, despite his new truck plummeting over a...
2014/12/19 17:24
2014/12/19 17:24
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Prof Cliff Abraham is exploring the mechanism of how the brain stores memories. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Otago is a province with a rich history of establishing firsts. We have led the way in many...
2014/12/18 17:25
2014/12/18 17:25
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The sign above the Immigration New Zealand offices in Bond Street, Dunedin. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. With the loss of further Government services from Dunedin, Labour's Economic Development spokesman...
2014/12/18 17:24
2014/12/18 17:24
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A yellow-flowered form of southern rata, Metrosideros umbellata, flowering now at Dunedin Botanic Garden. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Either way our season is unique. Along with the usual festive...
2014/12/14 17:23
2014/12/14 17:23
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Inside Iona Church's clock tower yesterday, horologist Jeff Martin synchronises the 1885 Little John and Co clock before restarting it. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Octa Associates director David...
2014/12/14 17:23
2014/12/14 17:23
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Otago batsman Michael Bracewell blasts a cut shot to the boundary during the fourth day of his side's Plunket Shield fixture against Northern Districts yesterday. He went on to score 147. Photo by...
2014/12/11 17:26
2014/12/11 17:26
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The rock garden at Dunedin Botanic Garden. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Plants from all over the world are represented from many different habitats. There is the coastal Mertensia maritima from the...
2014/12/09 19:18
2014/12/09 19:18
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Nicholas Heatley during sentencing in the Dunedin District Court. Photo / Gerard O'Brien A former Dunedin student and aspiring model has been jailed for four years on drugs charges. Nicholas Peter...
2014/12/09 17:25
2014/12/09 17:25
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Dunedin lighting artist and Allen Hall Theatre manager Martyn Roberts prepares to graduate from the University of Otago. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. An award-winning lighting designer, Mr Roberts (48)...
2014/12/07 17:23
2014/12/07 17:23
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Tall ship SSV Robert C. Seamans, a research vessel operated by the United States-based Sea Education Association, passes between Goat and Quarantine Islands on its way up Otago Harbour yesterday....
2014/12/04 17:23
2014/12/04 17:23
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Medinilla multiflora. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Medinilla multiflora certainly falls into the former category. It has bold foliage and striking flower displays followed by intriguing fruits. When it...
2014/12/04 17:23
2014/12/04 17:23
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Micah Caldwell plays with Lego toys given to him after he was injured when a Noddy train overturned at the Light Party, at Forsyth Barr Stadium, in October. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Micah Caldwell...
2014/12/02 17:23
2014/12/02 17:23
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Preens Dry Cleaners Ltd business manager and director Rick Wellington and Otago Polytechnic master of design enterprise student Emmellee Rose are thrilled the company's efforts in sustainability have...
2014/12/02 17:23
2014/12/02 17:23
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Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull speaks at a press conference yesterday after it was announced the city had gained Unesco Creative City of Literature status. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Dunedin is celebrating...
2014/11/30 17:23
2014/11/30 17:23
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Kaikorai Primary School pupil Tobias Devereux has just sat NCEA level 1 maths and can recite pi to more than 40 decimal places with ease. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. He is Tobias Devereux - an...
2014/11/30 17:23
2014/11/30 17:23
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Saddle Hill Quarry. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. A public meeting has been organised and residents are calling on the quarry's owner to put the community before money, and stop digging up the hill. A...
2014/11/28 23:23
2014/11/28 23:23
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David Loughrey recently did something he'd never done, despite a severe reluctance to exit his comfort zone. He represented the city's socially awkward and fearful citizens on a trip to the Dunedin...
2014/11/28 18:23
2014/11/28 18:23
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Inch Bar owner Jonas Hjertquist pours a 3.7% low-alcohol beer. From Monday, he will offer a 2.5% alcohol beer in response to new drink-driving laws. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. From Monday, the limit...
2014/11/27 20:41
2014/11/27 20:41
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Firefighters monitor the temperature under an LPG delivery truck after it caught fire in Great King St shortly about 8.15am yesterday. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. A Nova Energy truck, loaded with 45kg...
2014/12/22 17:23
2014/12/22 17:23
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