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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 2 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 7 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 13 days 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 15 days 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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The New Zealand Herald
'Disappointing' Silver Fern Farms result flaggedSilver Fern Farms chairman Rob Hewett (right) and chief executive Dean Hamilton
'Disappointing' Silver Fern Farms result flagged
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Silver Fern Farms chairman Rob Hewett (right) and chief executive Dean Hamilton. Photo / Otago Daily Times / Gerard O'Brien. Silver Fern Farms expects its full-year financial result to be "materially'' below last year's performance. In a recent... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
'Disappointing' result flagged for SFFSilver Fern Farms chairman Rob Hewett (right) and chief executive Dean Hamilton
'Disappointing' result flagged for SFF
Otago Daily Times / Posted 21 days ago
Silver Fern Farms chairman Rob Hewett (right) and chief executive Dean Hamilton. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. In a recent update to shareholders, chairman Rob Hewett and chief executive Dean Hamilton said that was "clearly disappointing''. The impact... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Rubgy: Scenery change suits ScottTaieri outside back Mitchell Scott among the bales at Taieri Wool and Skin this
Rubgy: Scenery change suits Scott
Otago Daily Times / Posted 22 days ago
Taieri outside back Mitchell Scott among the bales at Taieri Wool and Skin this week. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The 25-year-old with a handy rugby CV behind him moved south to join his younger brother Willis at the Taieri Eels this season, after... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Graffiti on posters upsets RSA headGraffiti defaces Dunedin Poppy Appeal posters in George St yesterday. Photo by
Graffiti on posters upsets RSA head
Otago Daily Times / Posted 22 days ago
Graffiti defaces Dunedin Poppy Appeal posters in George St yesterday. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. RSA Otago Southland district president Jenepher Glover said the taggers reponsible for the George St graffiti showed a lack of respect. Defacing the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Tidy returns from a tuk-tuk for two (operates a tuk-tuk taxi business during the weekends, transporting students fro
Tidy returns from a tuk-tuk for two (
Otago Daily Times / Posted 23 days ago
operates a tuk-tuk taxi business during the weekends, transporting students from the Octagon to North Dunedin. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The accounting and finance student started a tuk-tuk business, transporting students to and from the Octagon... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
People: Dunedin Symphony Orchestra's gala 50th anniversarySymphony Orchestra's gala 50th anniversary at the Dunedin Town Hall, Saturday,
People: Dunedin Symphony Orchestra's gala 50th anniversary
Otago Daily Times / Posted 24 days ago
Symphony Orchestra's gala 50th anniversary at the Dunedin Town Hall, Saturday, April 9, 2016. PHOTOS BY: Gerard O'Brien. A name, residential address, and (preferably residential) telephone number is required from readers who... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Taieri retains unbeaten recordStadium on Saturday. Pirates captain Josh Clark (left) and hooker Joe Cairns-Th
Taieri retains unbeaten record
Otago Daily Times / Posted 26 days ago
Stadium on Saturday. Pirates captain Josh Clark (left) and hooker Joe Cairns-Thompson are too late to stop him. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The Eels produced a sloppy opening 40 minutes but kicked into action in the second spell to beat a... Read more
26d
The New Zealand Herald
Scrapped ward systems means Dunedin can vote for all councillorsCommunity board chairman Bill Feather is happy his board has been kept in place
Scrapped ward systems means Dunedin can vote for all councillors
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Community board chairman Bill Feather is happy his board has been kept in place by the Local Government Commission. Photo / Gerard O'Brien. All voters in Dunedin will be able to vote for all councillors in this year's elections, after the Local... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Wards gone but boards remainboard chairman Bill Feather is happy his board has been kept in place by the Lo
Wards gone but boards remain
Otago Daily Times / Posted 28 days ago
board chairman Bill Feather is happy his board has been kept in place by the Local Government Commission. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. A representation review of Dunedin's local government, however, has kept its six community boards. In the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
A wonderful innings: GerrardGerrard stands outside the Lindo Ferguson building yesterday, where he trained
A wonderful innings: Gerrard
Otago Daily Times / Posted 29 days ago
Gerrard stands outside the Lindo Ferguson building yesterday, where he trained while at the Otago Medical School. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. The 70-year-old Commonwealth Games swimming gold medallist and his wife, Barbara, are moving to Auckland to... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Don’t blame the refsupporting players (from left): Dillon Hunt, Daniel Lienert-Brown and Josh Dick
Don’t blame the ref
Otago Daily Times / Posted 1 months ago
supporting players (from left): Dillon Hunt, Daniel Lienert-Brown and Josh Dickson at the North Ground last week. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. I doubt they will get much change out of Harty who is judge, jury and executioner of refs' performances. The... Read more

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