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The New Zealand Herald
Disabled victim seeking justice from burglarJoshua Perry (right) with friend Patrick Pethica in his apartment. PHOTO: GERAR
Disabled victim seeking justice from burglar
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
Joshua Perry (right) with friend Patrick Pethica in his apartment. PHOTO: GERARD O'BRIEN/Otago Daily Times A disabled Dunedin man is promising justice to the burglar who stole his communication "lifelines'' from his Northeast Valley home. Joshua... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Disabled victim seeking justice from burglar(right) with friend Patrick Pethica yesterday in his Northeast Valley apartment
Disabled victim seeking justice from burglar
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
(right) with friend Patrick Pethica yesterday in his Northeast Valley apartment, which was burgled in the weekend. PHOTO: GERARD O'BRIEN Joshua Perry, of Dunedin, said a fantastic night celebrating a friend's graduation was ruined after returning... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Harbour’s loss Varsity’s gainis tackled by Kaikorai winger Eti Slater and first five-eighth Ben Miller (righ
Harbour’s loss Varsity’s gain
Otago Daily Times / Posted 3 days ago
is tackled by Kaikorai winger Eti Slater and first five-eighth Ben Miller (right) at Bishopscourt on Saturday. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The wet weather dictated matches and Dunedin just got home over Harbour, 15-12. University A had a... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Education boost for at-risk driversEggers wears a headset which will be used to develop a virtual mechanic's works
Education boost for at-risk drivers
Otago Daily Times / Posted 6 days ago
Eggers wears a headset which will be used to develop a virtual mechanic's workshop, thanks to funding from Gig City. PHOTO: GERARD O'BRIEN Methodist Mission Southern is the recipient of $25,576 to put towards virtual reality headsets and... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Brazil plans to boost beef productionBrazil-based Rabobank analyst Adolfo Fontes outlines the state of the beef indu
Brazil plans to boost beef production
Otago Daily Times / Posted 10 days ago
Brazil-based Rabobank analyst Adolfo Fontes outlines the state of the beef industry in Brazil. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. But New Zealand's beef industry need not be too concerned, at least in the medium term, with its position as a producer of... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Technology may change but making connection still aimPeter Thomas takes the time to listen to his clients. Photo by Gerard O'Brien.
Technology may change but making connection still aim
Otago Daily Times / Posted 11 days ago
Peter Thomas takes the time to listen to his clients. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Dunedin man Peter Thomas has spent his career in telecommunications, adapting to suit the changing needs of customers and the industry. At 64 years old, he has decided to... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Miller Park men source of inspirationKaikorai back Tony Ensor fends off Taieri winger Christian Kelly at Bishopscour
Miller Park men source of inspiration
Otago Daily Times / Posted 13 days ago
Kaikorai back Tony Ensor fends off Taieri winger Christian Kelly at Bishopscourt last Saturday. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Kaikorai can take heart from its comprehensive 42-15 win against Taieri but then the Eels appear to have hit a mid-season... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Big Cats nearly ready to rumbleCliff Webb, of Palmerston, stands on a Caterpillar 789D mining truck at the Mac
Big Cats nearly ready to rumble
Otago Daily Times / Posted 14 days ago
Cliff Webb, of Palmerston, stands on a Caterpillar 789D mining truck at the Macraes gold mine in East Otago. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Oceana Gold mobile maintenance manager Cliff Webb, of Palmerston, said five Caterpillar 789D mining trucks... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Call for better servicesSouth Dunedin residents are feeling neglected, councillors heard yesterday. Pho
Call for better services
Otago Daily Times / Posted 21 days ago
South Dunedin residents are feeling neglected, councillors heard yesterday. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Association president Marty Hay said there was a lack of communication with South Dunedin residents about the council's response to last year's... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Pre-computer tech tutorialMcMillan, of Bannockburn, demonstrates unit record data processing equipment to
Pre-computer tech tutorial
Otago Daily Times / Posted 26 days ago
McMillan, of Bannockburn, demonstrates unit record data processing equipment to University of Otago students. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The students, taking a second-year paper on computer operating systems, saw punched cards and punched-card... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Nothing dry about a life in statisticsof the Social Policy Research and Evaluation Unit (Superu), and leading statist
Nothing dry about a life in statistics
Otago Daily Times / Posted 1 months ago
of the Social Policy Research and Evaluation Unit (Superu), and leading statistician Len Cook, back in Dunedin. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. University of Otago graduate Len Cook is a former Government Statistician and Statistics New Zealand chief... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Arch enemies may win dayThe Moller Park Arch at Ravensbourne. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Dunedin City co
Arch enemies may win day
Otago Daily Times / Posted 1 months ago
The Moller Park Arch at Ravensbourne. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Dunedin City councillors are set to decide the fate of the Moller Park Memorial Arch at Ravensbourne at a meeting next week after 34 of 53 submitters called for it to be demolished and... Read more

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