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2015/01/31 17:23
2015/01/31 17:23
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New dental school head Paul Brunton takes in the view of Otago Harbour from the Harbour Mouth Molars in Portsmouth Dr. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Paul Brunton (54), who started this month as dean of...
2015/01/31 17:23
2015/01/31 17:23
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2015/01/29 21:19
2015/01/29 21:19
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A car is ticketed at Forsyth Barr Stadium yesterday. Photo / Gerard O'Brien The Dunedin City Council is to review parking arrangements at Forsyth Barr Stadium, after Wilson Parking's $65 fines were...
2015/01/28 17:24
2015/01/28 17:24
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Sky TV's drone camera. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Sky spokeswoman Kirsty Way confirmed yesterday the drone would not be seen again in New Zealand until the global cricket tournament began in...
2015/01/28 17:23
2015/01/28 17:23
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Forsyth Barr Stadium car park. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Their opinion came after yesterday's Otago Daily Times report on a Dunedin woman's angry reaction to a ticket for that amount for being just 11...
2015/01/26 17:26
2015/01/26 17:26
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The former Wolfenden and Russell building, which has been suggested as a possible site for a library complex in South Dunedin. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The council, in its pre-draft long-term plan...
2015/01/26 17:26
2015/01/26 17:26
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Sri Lankan players discuss what to do after finding the DRS unavailable for the dismissal of New Zealand opener Martin Guptill during Sunday's sixth one-day international at the University Oval in...
2015/01/25 17:23
2015/01/25 17:23
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Black Caps batsman Ross Taylor hoists another delivery towards the boundary during his innings of 96 in yesterday's sixth one-day international between New Zealand and Sri Lanka at the University Oval...
2015/01/23 17:23
2015/01/23 17:23
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The Municipal Chambers in Dunedin. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The shadowy and little-known existential infrastructure services unit at the Dunedin City Council was set up to deal with issues of...
2015/01/23 17:23
2015/01/23 17:23
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The eight-prop drone used for cricket coverage at University Oval in Dunedin yesterday. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Drone operator Chris Neves, of Auckland production company Reel Factory, said he...
2015/01/21 21:23
2015/01/21 21:23
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Tune in but don't tune out . . . Dunedin city councillor Aaron Hawkins pictured with a selection of new and old Dunedin music. PHOTO: Gerard O'Brien The Dunedin city councillor has succeeded in...
2015/01/16 17:50
2015/01/16 17:50
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Cousins Molly and Jessica Lynch (both 8) cool in the shallows of the Taieri River at Outram Glen yesterday. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. But a few farmers are still not co-operating, the Otago Regional...
2015/01/14 17:36
2015/01/14 17:36
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The former Volts batsman provided controversy in the washed-out match between Otago and Canterbury at the University Oval yesterday. He was fielding at a deep square leg position when Michael...
2015/01/13 17:24
2015/01/13 17:24
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French scrum coach Marc Dal Maso instructs the Highlanders at Logan Park yesterday. Lock Tom Franklin (left) looks on while flanker Shane Christie (foreground) works hard. Photo by Gerard...
2015/01/12 17:27
2015/01/12 17:27
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The artwork created by 10 professional artists on a wall in the Water of Leith may be allowed to stay, despite not having council consent. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Ten former Dunedin artists from...
2015/01/10 17:23
2015/01/10 17:23
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Electronics designer Jesse Teat is a firm believer in grasping opportunities. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. And now Dunedin-based electronics designer Jesse Teat (35) is a director of electronic product...
2015/01/10 17:23
2015/01/10 17:23
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Southern Heritage Trust founder Ann Barsby welcomes growing support for preservation of this 19th century worker's cottage. Photo by Gerard O'Brien Mrs Barsby, who is one of the founders of the...
2015/01/10 16:23
2015/01/10 16:23
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Members of the Folk Dancing for Fun group perform a traditional dance. Photos Gerard O'Brien Now is the time to shake off the winter cobwebs and move. Timothy Brown looks into dance forms around...
2015/01/09 17:25
2015/01/09 17:25
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Model engineer Chas Crossan with the 1/4 scale Bentley BR2 rotary aircraft engine he built. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The project fell into Mr Crossan's hands when the original model engineer working...
2015/01/09 17:25
2015/01/09 17:25
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Michael Bracewell practises in the nets at Tonga Park in preparation for today's game against Wellington at the Basin Reserve. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. Perhaps as long as it takes the ball to reach...
2015/01/08 17:23
2015/01/08 17:23
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Middlemarch from the air. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The Otago town recorded the highest national temperature for the month, 32.8degC, on Christmas Eve. But it also observed the second-coldest...
2015/01/31 17:23
2015/01/31 17:23
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