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Police seek camera footage

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Queenstown businesses and residents on Gorge Rd who have CCTV cameras installed may be able to help police investigating a serious crash last week.
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Clubrooms upgrade nears completion

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Photo: Sean Nugent The large upgrade of the Upper Clutha Rugby Football Club clubrooms at the Wanaka Showgrounds is just two months away from completion.
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Mayor says effluent disposal site choice 'defies belief'

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Tim Cadogan Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan is taking the Otago Regional Council to task for what he calls its ''stupid idea'' to put a stock truck effluent disposal site on the Ripponvale straight.
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Enthusiast dreams of extending railway

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Oamaru Steam and Rail general manager Harry Andrew says he has to upgrade the society's Quarry Siding station to bring 300 Dunedin Railway passengers on the society's Oamaru Harbour network out to the Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony this winter. Photos: Hamish MacLean Harry Andrew has a dream.
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Witnesses in manslaughter trial recount fatal incident

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
A man on trial for manslaughter ''rested his head on his hands'' when police told him the victim was dead after an alleged incident at a party in Invercargill, the jury heard yesterday.
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Home detention for driver who injured passengers

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
An Oamaru man who was behind the wheel of a car that crashed and became airborne, seriously injuring his sister, has been sentenced in the Oamaru District Court.
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Port Otago first half flat; rally forecast

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
The long, dry summer affected Port Otago's log exports; pictured, firefighters discuss plans to extinguish a forestry fire near Milton, estimated to have covered 12ha, in late February. Photo: Richard Davison A flat first-half trading performance by Port Otago - undermined by inclement weather conditions - is expected to pick up during the remainder of the year.
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Synlait posts 'solid result' half-year profit

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Synlait has posted a half-year net-profit after tax of $37.3million, 9.6% lower than the $41.3million achieved in HY18.
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ASB raises milk price forecast to $6.60

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Whole milk powder prices jumped 4% in the GlobalDairyTrade auction. Photo: Getty Images ASB has lifted its 2018-19 milk price forecast by 35c to $6.60 on the back of another strong GlobalDairyTrade auction result.
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Fonterra 'on track' to reducing debt

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Miles Hurrell Fonterra has returned to profitability and is ''well on track'' to reduce end-of-year debt by $800million, chief executive Miles Hurrell says.
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Highlanders stick to existing plan for Blues

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Marty Banks. A little more energy in the legs, but otherwise business as usual.
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Rain, Auckland batsmen hold off Otago's push for consolation win

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Mitch Renwick Otago's push for victory on the final day of the season was thwarted by some wet weather and decent Auckland batting.
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Injuries force Barnes to give up game

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Otago fast bowler Warren Barnes sends down a delivery during a Plunket Shield match against Auckland at the University of Otago Oval yesterday. Watching are umpire Shaun Haig and Aces batsman Matt McEwan. Photo: Linda Robertson Otago speedster Warren Barnes has put in his final shift at the bowling crease for the Volts.
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Sharing grief but feeling support

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 19 hours 8 min ago
Sharing their grief, and their gratitude for the public's support, in Queenstown are Queenstown Muslim Community trustees Mohammed Nadeem (left) and Ashiv Khan. Photo: Daisy Hudson The tragedy of Christchurch's terror attack has hit him harder than most, but Ashiv Khan still considers New Zealand his home.
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Swanning around

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 20 hours 8 min ago
Rod Eales’ collection of Crown Lynn swans has inspired her art such as Shadows and Ghosts. Photo: Gregor Richardson A collection of Crown Lynn swans has dominated Dunedin artist Rod Eales’ work of late, she tells Rebecca Fox.
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Empowering women inspiring

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 20 hours 8 min ago
Abby Howells loved performing HarleQueen in Wellington. Photo: Supplied Abby Howells’ love of music and theatre has led to some difficult times, but discovering the bravery of female performers who have gone before her has given her direction. She tells Rebecca Fox about finding the courage to be herself.
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Art Seen: March 21

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 20 hours 8 min ago
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott looks at exhibitions from Melanie Eade, Janette Cervin, and Megan Huffadine.
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Hospital staff share stories of terrorist attack aftermath

Otago Daily Times News Feed - Wed, 03/20/2019 - 20:13
adib_khanaferrnz.jpg Vascular surgeon Adib Khanafer had tears in his eyes as he spoke to media. Photo: RNZ Canterbury DHB staff who provided care to the injured from the terror attacks on two mosques last week are now sharing their stories.
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Victim who died in hospital 'a kind and caring Kiwi'

Otago Daily Times News Feed - Wed, 03/20/2019 - 19:39
Moshin Al-Harbi. Photo: Showerwell Home products / Supplied Moshin Al-Harbi made a difference at the business where he worked - he exposed his colleagues to a new culture and left them better off. The man who hired him loved him and he touched the team he worked with. He was one of the Christchurch terror attack victims.
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Police appeal for info on Invercargill sexual assault

Otago Daily Times News Feed - Wed, 03/20/2019 - 18:39
Invercargill detectives are appealing for help in a bid to catch a person who sexually assaulted a young schoolgirl on her way to school.
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