ODT Watch | Issue 24

Posted 2:29pm Sunday 27th September 2015

If you haven’t heard, the uni has a new proctor scoping the campus out. Having served in Afghanistan and the Solomon Islands will no doubt prepare him for the battleground of Castle Street. A British court has convicted a man of plotting a chemical attack and planning to kill Prince Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 22

Posted 3:29pm Sunday 6th September 2015

Apparently not just a kids’ party game, but something Queenstown councillors love to do when they can’t secure office premises. What do you get when you mix curling in Naseby and a couple of Czechs? A delightful introduction to the lip-smackingly good dessert known as Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 21

Posted 2:41pm Sunday 30th August 2015

Not the greatest idea to steal your sister’s child and claim that he’s yours while going through customs. Apparently to get a letter from the Queen, it’s as easy as sending an average drawing of the Queen. Perhaps I’ll start sending in my colouring-in Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 19

Posted 2:41pm Sunday 9th August 2015

Keen for free coffee? Just make sure you’re a breastfeeding mother and you get that all for free at the “Big Latch On”, a breastfeeding event held at the Meridian recently. That niggly old high school friend still bugging you on Facebook? Perhaps it might be better Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 18

Posted 3:29pm Sunday 2nd August 2015

Tree huggers unite; the university is killing living things for a new paved area. If you’ve been dying for Uber to hit Dunedin because that $5 taxi ride on Saturday night is starting to hit you in the pocket, you’re out of luck. But they are delivering ice cream as a Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 17

Posted 3:09pm Sunday 26th July 2015

Think you’re being smart when you take that sneaky shortcut jumping a fence on the way home drunk? Just make sure you don’t jump over a ledge and get wedged between it and a wall like a young Dunedin man did. I personally cannot survive without coffee, being a postgrad Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 16

Posted 2:51pm Sunday 19th July 2015

Pluto must have felt pretty gutted back in the day when it was reclassified from a planet to a dwarf planet. But now it has a reason to be loved again: a near-perfect rusty red heart formation has been found on the dusty, cold planet. With a seemingly simple article title, you would think Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 15

Posted 3:03pm Sunday 12th July 2015

A Dunedin woman has found the latest BYO accord hard to swallow, labelling it as having “sexist limits” towards women. Research that really is just common sense has discovered if you exercise, you are more productive. Miserably failed at last semester’s exams? Never fear, one Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 14

Posted 3:00pm Sunday 5th July 2015

In what seems like a miracle after a few seasons of twiddling their thumbs on the fields, the Highlanders have landed a spot in the Super 15 final, with tickets being snapped up like no tomorrow. Well, at least we’re being acknowledged as people now rather than just Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 11

Posted 2:55pm Sunday 10th May 2015

In headline news this week, everyone felt a bit shaky after the 6.0-magnitude Wanaka earthquake. I was in the Richardson, and looking at that building makes me feel shaky. Apparently speed-dating has died in the South, and Tinder has taken over. One women, called “desperate and Read more...

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