CCTV Debate Continues In The Run Up To Vital OUSA Referendum

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; line-height: 12.0px; font: 8.0px Helvetica} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; text-indent: 11.3px; line-height: 12.0px; font: 8.0px Helvetica} Dunedin City Councillor Lee Vandervis, who has long been a vocal advocate for extra surveillance to be implemented in the North Dunedin area, was critical of the University’s plan. He thought the University will be “spending far too much...

Hepatitis C Resource Centre Closes Doors Due To Funding Shortfall

After facing a tumultuous period in recent years, the Otago and Southland branch of the Hepatitis C Resource Centre Trust has shut its doors for good. Since the government cut the centre’s already meagre funding (they only received $45,000 per year, to cover wages amongst all the other necessary costs), the centre has been struggling to survive. The Trust was told in December that they would no longer receive Ministry of Health...

The 2017 Capping Show

Dunedin transformed into Funedin this week for the opening night of the Capping Show, which Critic believes is the best one we’ve ever seen. If you’ve ever wanted to see a Nazi going through the letters of the alphabet while performing oral sex on a woman, you’re in luck. A friendless pair of new flatters find some old mushrooms in their flat and go on a wonderful journey with the Cat in the Cap through Funedin, which is just...

Animal Research at Otago

Animal testing is always a hugely controversial and divisive topic, with each side rigid in their beliefs. The University of Otago are following through on plans to spend $50 million on a new animal research facility meaning the debate has reared its head once...

Iconic Dunedin Castle May Soon Be Open To The Public

One of Dunedin’s greatest historic landmarks may soon be accessible to the public, if plans go smoothly, according to Steven...

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