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  • Part of track to reopen
    le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Eugenie Sage The Milford Ttrack will soon receive visitors again now repairs mean it can be partially reopened next week.

  • ‘Belligerent’ jettisoned volunteer denied review
    par Richard Davison le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Bryan Cadogan. A former leader of a community project in Clutha has accused the district council of ‘‘disgusting’’, ‘‘bullying’’ behaviour over his removal.

  • More sites and new classes please
    par Alexia Johnston le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Signs of growth were being celebrated at the Maniototo A&P Show yesterday.

  • Positivity in the rural sector
    le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    The country came to the country last week.

  • Reprieve an opportunity for RNZ Concert
    le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    RNZ Concert is uniquely positioned to lead a more representative arts experience. Photo: Patrycja Szwarczynska New Zealand’s classical music station is not safe yet. It now needs innovation and leadership, writes Michael Norris.

  • Event a chance to see, play with pro golfers
    par Daniel Birchfield le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Getting in some practice at the North Otago Golf Club yesterday ahead of tomorrow’s North Otago Legends Pro-Am tournament are convener David McKenzie (left), club greenskeeper Gary Creedy, Rob Thomson of tournament sponsor Hi-Flo, and tournament committee chairman Stan Ruddenklau. Photo: […]

  • Misty river water is a mixed bag
    le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Tight conditions made fly fishing tough on the Tokomairaro River. Photos: Mike Weddell After recent big floods rivers continue to drop to more normal levels.

  • Housing still less in South
    par Brent Melville le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Housing costs now take up about a fifth of household income in Otago. Photo: Stephen Jaquiery House prices may be ratcheting up but the South Island is still the cheapest place in which to own or rent relative to annual incomes.

  • Council not commenting on Octagon closure
    le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    The Dunedin City Council says it will not be making any comment on the effects of the Octagon closure until its trial is complete.

  • Dunstan Arm strong on day two
    par Jeff Cheshire le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Dunstan Arm was once again Otago’s dominant club on the second day of racing at Lake Karapiro.

  • Minimal changes for Highlanders for Chch
    par Jeff Cheshire le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Aaron Mauger A slight reshuffle out wide, but for the most part much of the same.

  • Move south pays dividends
    par Jeff Cheshire le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Wanaka athletes (from left) Michael Beable (coach), Kyle Castillejos, Ryan Young, Laura MacCulloch, Pippa Raffills, Niamh Townsend, Abby Fisher, Georgie Bruce, Estelle Gellatly, Scarlett Norman and Barbara Beable (coach) at Kelly’s Flat this week. Absent: Natalia and Olivia Geneblaza. Photo: […]

  • Rates could rise by 16.5% for Teviot Valley residents
    par Jared Morgan le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    A rates increase of 16.5% is proposed for the Teviot Valley ward.

  • Crs argue fee hikes should be equitable
    par Daniel Birchfield le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Melanie Tavendale A ‘‘two-step process’’ to determine building and consent fees for social housing needs to be considered by the Waitaki District Council, Cr Melanie Tavendale says.

  • No injuries in truck crash
    par Daniel Birchfield le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Two men trapped in a light truck after it rolled inland from Oamaru yesterday had to kick their way out of the vehicle.

  • Drought, coronavirus rattle dairy Drought, coronavirus rattle dairy
    le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Milk production could fall short of what the market is expecting. Photo: Stephen Jaquiery Westpac has cut its farmgate milk price forecast from $7.40 to $7.20 and ASB has trimmed its forecast by 10c to $7.40, as economists keep watch on the effects of coronavirus and drought.

  • Fast response to fire minimises damage
    le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Swift action by volunteer firefighters and calm weather conditions meant that a fire on land near the Te Anau Lakeview Holiday Park was rapidly extinguished early yesterday.

  • Lee Stream scheme
    le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    The Hillside Railway Workshops No 1 fire-fighting team, which won the Southern Fire Brigades Association’s shield. — Otago Witness, 17.2.1920 The effect of the spell of dry weather which has been experienced, with trifling intermissions, for the past six or seven weeks was the […]

  • Public health pioneer lauded
    le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    A collection of papers belonging to early medical academic Dr Muriel Bell, has been accepted to the Unesco New Zealand Memory of the World Register. Photo: Supplied A collection of papers of one of the first female academics in New Zealand, held by the Hocken Collections library in Dunedin, […]

  • First patient aided by remote service
    le 19/02/2020 à 3:30

    Stroke victim Dame Elizabeth Hanan, of Dunedin, is the first patient to benefit from a new ‘‘telestroke’’ remote health service based in Christchurch. Photo: SDHB/Supplied A new video-link stroke service based in Christchurch has helped its first remote patient […]

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