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ODT quiz: February 21

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Test your local and general knowledge by taking the Otago Daily Times quiz for Friday, February 21.
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First medal at nationals for Otago

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Ben Mason Otago rowers have claimed their first medal at this year’s national championships.
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New charging stations

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It is a case of third time lucky for the Dunedin EV Owners Group, after an announcement Palmerston will finally get an electric vehicle charging station.
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Owners’ marks revealing

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This bookplate was designed for Wellington writer Pat Lawlor. PHOTO: SUPPLIED An exhibition on bookplates and labels and the art of belonging opens at the University of Otago central library today.
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Host’s death a reality check

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Caroline Flack seen at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court, on December 23, 2019 in London. Photo: Getty Images It is possible not many New Zealanders have heard of Caroline Flack, nor of the reason she has become the subject of another round of soul-searching about the potentially lethal influence of reality television, tabloid news coverage, and social media.
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Overcoming barriers helps give everyone place to belong

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Photo: NASA Let's work to ensure people from all over the world find a place they belong, writes Paul Trebilco. 
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Time for US scouting body to right wrongs

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Photo: Getty Images Boy Scouts of America failed to heed the Catholic Church's lesson and confront abuse, writes the St Louis Post-Dispatch. 
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$1 million prize offered for hole in one at The Hills

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There will be a chance to win $1million at the New Zealand Open which starts next week.
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Refereeing in Buttery’s blood

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Michael Buttery refereeing a game of touch at Kensington Oval earlier this week. Photo: Peter McIntosh He was probably always destined to be a referee on the touch field but is making quick strides to get to the top of his sport.
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Just 36 days until Nuggets back on court

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The return is almost in sight.
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Furniture shipments delayed from China

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A major furniture retail and wholesale company in Dunedin says its orders from China are being delayed as a result of the Covid-19 shutdown there.
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Tenancy credit check fee ruled out by Act

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A form asking prospective tenants to pay $10 to Professionals in Invercargill, for a credit check. PHOTO: SUPPLIED An Invercargill property management company had no idea it was breaking tenancy law when it charged prospective tenants a $10 credit check fee.
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Clocktower race looks bigger, better

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Jared Monk Two runners beat the chimes last year.
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Artist’s haven in full bloom

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Beautiful landscapes feature in several of Elizabeth Jenkins’ paintings. Now she has created her own on Otago peninsula. Kim Dungey reports.
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Kaka conservation a shared job

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There are currently fewer than 50 kaka living in the Orokonui Eco Sanctuary. Photo: Dave Curtis What a great breeding season it’s been at the Dunedin Botanic Garden aviary. Six South Island kaka chicks have been produced by two breeding pairs.
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Your garden: February 21

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Vegetables
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Trial of new technologies to remove ‘lake snot’

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Two water filtration technologies designed to remove the algae that causes lake snow will be trialled at the Lake Wakatipu and Lake Wanaka freshwater intakes over the next two months.
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Bamboo bicycle builder kept busy

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Richard Nichol (left) with the custom-built bamboo bike made for him by Glenn Irving, using locally sourced bamboo from Karamea. PHOTO: GREYMOUTH STAR Westport man Glenn Irving has completed building his fourth bike from bamboo.
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‘Unsustainable’ burden on Dunedin midwives

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Michael Woodhouse An extraordinary number of Dunedin women are missing out on midwifery care and urgent action needs to be taken, National Party health spokesman Michael Woodhouse says.
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$300,000 performing arts study

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A study exploring the future of performing arts in Dunedin requires further analysis, the Dunedin City Council says.
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