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City Belt Bird Count

The number of birds seen and heard in the Dunedin city belt reached 999, after a concentrated count over the weekend. On Sunday, university students from the Animal, Aquatic, Plant Ecology Society joined members of Birds New Zealand to record the birds seen and heard at 10 bird count stations that make up the Bird […]

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Citizen scientists now have a new tool

Budding climate scientists and beachgoers can now help monitor sea level rise in Dunedin after new ‘CoastSnap’ monitoring areas were installed. Dunedin City Council and the University of Otago School of Geography have installed phone stands at Lawyers Head and St Clair where people can place their phone and take a picture using the app […]

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The restrictions have disappeared but not the Covid-19

The abandonment this week of most Covid-19 restrictions will have brought an unmuffled sigh of relief to many. Although it wasn’t until mid-March 2020 that the first measures to deal with the coronavirus outbreak in New Zealand were announced, it seems like an eternity. Our checks started with a 14-day self-isolation requirement for people entering […]

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New online scoring system in place

Community cricket is moving to a new online scoring system this summer. PlayHQ replaces CricHQ as the official platform. The national rollout is being led by New Zealand Cricket, but Otago Cricket Association competitions manager NicKittelty is the association’s manager and said Otago’s reaction to the change has been good. “Our rollout in Otago has […]

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Explore the region with Gateway Chamber’s dynamic directory

Finding places to shop, dine and stay has become much more dynamic in the Hudson Valleywith a $25,000 grant from the state senator Pierre Harckham to Hudson Valley Gateway Foundationa subsidiary of the Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce (HVGCC). The dynamic app can be found on the Chamber’s website (hvgatewaychamber.com) by clicking “Explore Region”, […]

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Tech company enters into first retail partnership

Dunedin tech company Tussock Innovation has taken the next step. As of last week, its Waterwatch water management system was available in Farmlands stores, its first retail partnership. Waterwatch is a smart water tank monitor used on farms across the country to track changes in water storage, identify leaks and notify users of low water […]

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Practice first to receive HCH accreditation

Gore Medical Center celebrates a milestone in primary care in the South. The center is the first general practice in Otago and Southland to receive Health Care Home (HCH) accreditation. The program aims to improve the supply of services in general medicine. Some of the program’s features include patient triage to determine the level of […]

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Do not waste, do not want | Otago Daily Times News Online

A reuse revolution is potentially hitting Dunedin. Businesses are encouraged to participate in a new initiative for a reusable take-out container system – similar to borrowing a book from a library – to help reduce the amount of waste generated by single-use packaging products. This is a charity Taste Nature Social Enterprise, coordinated by Brian […]

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The woman “ran over her husband, attacked his mistress”

Moments after discovering an affair, Christie Lee Kennedy is said to have found her husband and dumped him with his lover. The mother-of-two then got out of her car, grabbed the mistress by the hair and hit her on the head, shouting “fat moll”, the Brisbane District Court was told. Kennedy, 37, had been married […]

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Regional Council promoting communication via the application

Southland Environment is launching an app to communicate directly with residents and provide them with a new way to communicate with staff. Antenno is a free mobile app that allows users to report issues and feedback directly to the regional council, and allows the council to share the latest information about the region. “Antenno is […]

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Dubai: Global Village to offer 10% discount on tickets booked online – News

Passes will start at just 18 Dh, additional entrance gate to open Published: Fri 26 August 2022, 12:36 Last update: Fri 26 August 2022, 22:48 For its upcoming season, Global Village customers can expect a wide range of improvements, additions, and upgrades across the destination when Season 27 opens on October 25. New ticket options […]

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Civil Beat Named Best Online News Site in Statewide Contest

Civil Beat was named Hawaii’s Best Online News Site for the 11th consecutive year by the Hawaiian Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists when the awards were announced during an online presentation last week. Civilbeat.org has won this accolade every year since the site launched in May 2010. This year’s awards honored journalism of […]

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Learn to live with rejection

Want to stop feeling hurt when someone says no? You might like to consider the challenge of rejection therapy, writes Andrew Lloyd. In 2012, 30-year-old Jia Jiang approached a stranger and asked if he could borrow $100. “No” was the answer from the bewildered man sitting in a hotel lobby. He wanted to know why […]

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women on the run from reality

Getting strong is not a simple exercise, writes Eva Wiseman. I started running to impress my neurologist. I downloaded the little app, put on some simple sneakers and threw myself out the door. And adorably, I continued to do it every other day, even after telling my neurologist twice, even after finishing the application – […]

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Jackson ready to discuss media independence

With less than a year to go before the launch of the new government-funded public media entity, Broadcasting Minister Willie Jackson says he is ready to address opposition concerns about its independence. ANZPM is not the most catchy name. Google thinks you are looking for Amazon and then gives the top result as Australian and […]

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Drones step up war on wallabies

While winter conditions can limit wallaby control work on the ground, this is the best time of year to scout for pests using helicopters and drones equipped with thermal cameras. In recent weeks, Otago Regional Council contractors have been working in the Livingstone and Shag (Waihemo) River areas using drones and thermal imaging cameras, and […]

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United Arab Emirates: start of Asian Cup ticket sales; how to buy passes online – News

The highly anticipated cricket match between India and Pakistan will be played on August 28 in Dubai Photo: AFP Published: Mon 15 Aug 2022, 06:05 PM Last update: Mon 15 Aug 2022, 06:20 PM Ticket sales for the Asian Cup matches have now started, Dubai’s Platinum List has announced. The ticketing platform said cricket fans […]

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TikTok complicit in the harm caused by the influencer

Although I’m a millennial currently working in digital marketing and content creation, I don’t use TikTok. For those unfamiliar with the app, TikTok is a video hosting service that provides users with an endless and addictive stream of short videos: pranks, tricks, jokes, dance routines, challenges; you name it. But even though I refrain from […]

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University of Auckland researchers claim tinnitus breakthrough

The University of Auckland researchers say they have achieved a breakthrough in tinnitus management which they hope will be rolled out worldwide. People with the common condition hear ringing or other noises when there is no outside sound. It can range from mild to severe and disruptive. There was no cure, but there were techniques […]

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How much did Axios sell for? All about the sale of a US-based online news publication to Cox Enterprises

Cox Enterprises recently acquired Axios Media for $525 million. The media and advertising company captured a minority stake in Axios in November 2021. However, according to The New York Times, the price of the new $525 million deal is about five times the revenue Axios was targeting in 2022. The news and digital media company […]

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Targeted operations detect traffic offenses

Members of the ACT Road Policing carried out targeted operations on Saturday (August 6, 2022) detecting various infractions. More than 700 drivers were tested for alcohol and drugs at the roadside at two sites. On Saturday morning, in Bindubi Street, Aranda, several traffic violations were detected, including two drivers driving with more than the prescribed […]

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Winter war against the wallabies

Wallaby hunters are turning to helicopters, drones and thermal imaging cameras to try and eradicate the pests from Otago. The Otago Regional Council has predicted the cost to the South Island economy will reach around $67 million a year within a decade if action is not taken now. The pests cause severe environmental damage, deplete […]

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Man charged with sexual assault and other offenses

A 22-year-old man from Kambah has been charged with sexual assault and other offenses following an incident in July 2022. The 22-year-old arranged to meet another man through a dating app and visited that man’s home in Phillip on the evening of July 24, 2022. The couple had consensual sex that evening there, then again […]

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Woman subjected to control, violence

An Invercargill man subjected his partner to violent attack and controlling behavior for 18 months, a judge has heard. Timothy Robinson (31) was sentenced to four years and two months in prison when he appeared in Invercargill District Court yesterday. Judge Kevin Phillips said Robinson exercised “incredible” levels of control and manipulation over his victim […]

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Southwest Florida Online News: Scam Alert

LABELLE, FL. — A new scam appears to have emerged using YouTube channel comments to tell viewers who have commented that they have won a valuable prize. We discovered this scam when we received an email notification today that a response had been made to a comment we made on a YouTube video several months […]

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Food expenditure has increased: survey

According to a survey, four in 10 New Zealand households now spend more than $200 a week on food. Research by Rabobank and the food relief organization KiwiHarvest shows significant changes in food buying and consumption behaviors. The research, completed in the second quarter of the year, found that households were spending significantly more on […]

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24-year-old lawyer from Chandigarh launches online news portal for children

Anmol Malhotra, a 24-year-old lawyer, launched Newsahoot, an online news portal that tailors news to children, so they too can see the real world unfolding around them. Also Read: ICSE Class 10 Results: Ravleen and Armaan Share Chandigarh Tricity’s Top Spot The ed-tech startup breaks down the complex topics that dominate headlines and turns them […]

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Southern winners as Lotto website goes down

Lotto Powerball has won the jackpot after tonight’s $10 million draw failed to find a winner. Powerball will now be rescheduled for Wednesday night, where the jackpot will be $12 million. The Premier Division was hit, with three lucky Lotto players each winning $333,333. The winning tickets were all sold on MyLotto to players from […]

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Southern winners as Lotto website goes down

Lotto Powerball has won the jackpot after tonight’s $10 million draw failed to find a winner. Powerball will now be rescheduled for Wednesday night, where the jackpot will be $12 million. The Premier Division was hit, with three lucky Lotto players each winning $333,333. The winning tickets were all sold on MyLotto to players from […]

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More morning options in the revised schedule

Public backlash has prompted Otago Regional Council to retain more morning bus options despite its impending schedule reduction. Thirty-four new morning journeys have been included in Dunedin’s reduced timetable, which will be in place for at least a month from Tuesday. Getting to work on time was a worry for bus users when the initial […]

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Blocking spam, identifying unknown callers is viable online – News is My Business

Most internet users are likely to receive robocalls or bots that want to sell goods and services to users or get their attention for a cause or organization. (Credit: Thomas Hawk) There’s an app for everything on the web. According to a recent estimate, 8.93 million mobile applications roam our planetary cyberspace. This according to […]

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1.5 million people reading news online — Future Of Media Commission

The number of people getting their news from free and paid online publications has remained high this year, the Future of Media Commission report found. Established by the government in September 2020, the Commission was tasked with examining funding models and challenges in the media sector, including print and digital, audio and visual media across […]

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Tanzanian regulator suspends online media DarMpya, citing expired license

Nairobi, 12 July 2022 – Tanzanian authorities should allow online media outlet DarMpya to resume operations without further interference and reform national online content regulations so they cannot be used to muzzle the press, says Tuesday the Committee to Protect Journalists. On July 1, the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) ordered DarMpya to immediately suspend […]

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The changing landscape of protest and activism

The right to protest is an integral part of New Zealand’s history and culture. But as major societal shifts heighten tensions, some activists face new risks in speaking out. reports Daisy Hudson. A nasty showdown between opposing activists in Dunedin is the latest in what is becoming an increasingly crowded space for public activism. The […]

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Several factors cause traffic jams

Stuck in traffic, delayed buses, power outage and bad weather – welcome to Dunedin. Traffic was jammed on the corner of Stuart St and Moray Pl before lunchtime yesterday after Dunedin City Council closed the Lower Octagon to vehicles ahead of the weekend’s events. A council spokesman apologized for the inconvenience to motorists and said […]

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Zelenskiy adviser admits key stronghold could fall

Fighting intensified over the weekend for Lysychansk, Ukraine’s last major stronghold in the strategic eastern province of Lugansk, and an adviser to President Volodymyr Zelenskiy admitted the town could fall. Russian forces seized Lysychansk’s sister city of Sievierodonetsk across the Siverskiy Donets River last month after some of the heaviest fighting of the war. Rodion […]

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Injured paraglider “positive” despite serious injuries

Queenstown adventurer Nick Neynens keeps his spirits up in a French hospital after an accident at the edge of a cliff in France. “Nick is positive – he’s smiling, I don’t think he’s faking it,” said her friend Susy Goldner. On June 14, Neynens was paragliding in the French Alps, when his glider collapsed and […]

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Only 1 in 7 South Koreans have paid for online news content: Report

June 23, 2022 SEOUL – Only 14% of South Koreans paid for online news content last year, according to a recent report. However, the proportion of people who said they paid for news content has gradually increased over the past few years, the report adds. According to the Digital News Report 2022, published by the […]

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Defendant claims material was saved “accidentally”

A Dunedin jury heard yesterday how a man had ‘accidentally’ recorded over 11,000 objectionable videos and images. When Peace Patrick Buckley (34) clicked on a hyperlink that sent him to an online folder called “Nunu”, he said “[he] had no way of knowing what it was until he was in [his] Account”. Inside that file, […]

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CNA website remains most frequently used source of online news in S’pore: Reuters Institute report – Mothership.SG

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg CNA can boast of two distinctions following the release of the Reuters Digital report 2022 of June 15. The Mediacorp news network is both Singapore’s most widely used online news site and the country’s most trusted media outlet. Weekly online usage According to the study, CNA […]

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RTÉ and The Journal are the most popular online news sources in Ireland

THE ANNUAL REPORT on the state of digital news media in Ireland found that RTÉ News online and The Journal are the two largest sources of online news here. This is now the sixth year of Reuters Institute Digital Information Report for Ireland which provides an authoritative view of news consumption patterns across the country. […]

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What if there was one less thing to fear online?

Payton Iheme’s extensive career has taken her from intelligence gathering in the military to advising the White House on science and technology. Working for a dating app wasn’t the most obvious next step. But as Bumble’s public policy manager for the Americas, Ms. Iheme, 43, found a cause that synthesized her past experiences, however varied. […]

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The international game needs a shared vocabulary

What is Japanese for “ruck”? Averil Coxhead explains how to turn the technical terms of rugby into an international language. The winter rugby season is well underway, with pitches and sidelines resonating with the unique language of the game. Learning this vocabulary is done by playing and talking about the game, regardless of whether the […]

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Farmers feel the pain of rising diesel prices

Farmers are among the heavy users of diesel feeling the pinch of rising fuel prices following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The days of 2016 when 91-octane gasoline was $2 a liter and diesel about half are long gone and 30 cents a liter now separates prices at the pump. Last week, fuel app Gaspy had […]

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Fake news online has fooled more than half of us at least once, study finds

Fake news online has fooled more than half of us at least once, study finds 52% of 2,000 Brits admitted to having been cheated once by fake news online One in 20 Britons believe everything they see online, survey reveals Newsworks found that 80% of people find misinformation on the internet By Jim Norton for […]

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Cross the Hudson – and the spectrum

Photo: Jeffrey Friedkin Whether you call it the Tappan Zee or the Governor Mario M. Cuomo bridge, the busy cable-stayed connection across the Hudson between Tarryville and Nyak remains one of the most beloved and famous features of river towns. And this pleasure is enhanced by the lights that illuminate the bridge each night, sometimes […]

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“Craziest and Wackiest” Ideas Wanted

Blackbird is looking for the craziest ideas. On Friday, two members of the Auckland venture capital fund were in Dunedin on the final leg of its annual trip to the South Island. The fund was set up 10 years ago in Sydney with the aim of being founder-focused for the “craziest and wackiest” ideas. Startups […]

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Appeals to deal with bus disruption

The continued disruption to Dunedin’s bus services has prompted calls for serious action to deal with it. “No one should be left on the side of the road when the timetable says a bus is coming,” said Alex King, co-chairman of Bus Users Support Group Otepoti. Cancellations were common and frustrating, he said. Services were […]

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Tourism guru on consolidating the future of river cities

Burns Patterson, Executive Director, Historic Hudson River Towns. Photo by Mark Liflander Burns Pattersona tourism and public relations specialist with strong ties to the region, was recently appointed executive director of Hudson River Historic Towns. HHRT is a consortium of waterfront municipalities on both sides of the Hudson focused on promoting tourism, community advocacy, waterfront […]

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Peekskill welcomes first credit union in town

Michael Mattone, Vice President of Community Impact for MHV, received a commendation for his community volunteerism. Photo > Courtney Kruzikas Federal Credit Union of the Hudson Valley (MHV) held the inauguration of its a look branch April 21 at 3 North Broad Street (and Park Street). A large crowd was present for the dedication ceremony, […]

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Smooth Hill Discharge: Council omits crucial details

The end date of a hearing set to decide the fate of a proposed landfill near Brighton is now unknown after commissioners agreed Dunedin City Council omitted crucial details from its plan. The commissioners adjourned proceedings in connection with the council’s bid to establish a landfill at Smooth Hill so that the council could carry […]

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Discharge offer undermined by failure: judge

A Queenstown man’s request for release without a conviction was undermined by his failure to disclose serious drug convictions in Australia, a judge has heard. The claim of unemployed Joshua Paul Nock (32) was heard by Judge Russell Walker in Queenstown District Court on Tuesday. Nock changed his plea and admitted a charge of assault […]

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Online News Subscription Business: The New Way Forward?

The two-year pandemic has dramatically accelerated digital growth, forcing companies to reconsider their digital business strategies. As a result, the majority of print companies have started growing their digital division with a focus on websites, apps, and e-newspapers. Publishers are aggressively creating digital products to retain their readers and are experimenting with subscription plans that […]

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Be prepared for a loud emergency alert

Don’t panic when your phone starts buzzing with an emergency message later in the day. More than 5 million mobile phones are expected to receive an emergency alert test tonight. The emergency mobile alert will be issued between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sunday. Civil Defense Director of Emergency Management Gary Knowles said the […]

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Residents unhappy with lack of consultation

Potential neighbors of a proposed landfill yesterday slammed Dunedin City Council for its arrogance and lack of consultation. Their lawyer said the council’s consent application was incomplete and failed to comply with water quality protection rules. The first week of hearings for the proposed Smooth Hill landfill ended yesterday with residents of Brighton giving the […]

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Insiders detail feds’ frustration with Google over proposed online news bill

OTTAWA — Despite Google’s claims that the federal government should not have been caught off guard by its scathing assessment of Ottawa’s online news bill, federal sources say they were “frustrated and disappointed” by a tech giant they say has no interest in being regulated. “There are games going on,” a government source told The […]

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Who can blame them? | Otago Daily Times News Online

However you present it, that barbaric butcher, Mr. Putin, miscalculated how neighbors might react to his war in Ukraine. The Russian leader may be doing his utmost to redraw the map of Europe around Ukraine, but he is largely failing, with reports from British intelligence sources that he has now lost around a third of […]

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Board gaming policy needs review

Southland District Council is seeking feedback on its gambling venues policy, proposing to retain its soft cover for poker machines. The board has made a consultation document available to the public for its policies regarding slot machines and TAB sites. Along with the gambling sites policy, it is also reviewing its TAB sites policy, which […]

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Online news: Bill C-18 could force Google to subsidize biased news outlets

OTTAWA- Google warns that the federal government’s online news bill could force it to subsidize non-authoritative or biased news sources, such as Russia’s state-sponsored Sputnik news agency. But the organization representing Canada’s news media industry says the bill’s language is strict and specifically excludes media that promotes the interests of an organization. Google argues that […]

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Construction of the hospital could start in October

Construction work on the first of twin buildings comprising the new Dunedin Hospital will begin in early October, if fast-track consent is granted. The Ministry of Health, which has already obtained approval for the earthworks and foundations, has now submitted its application for the main structure of the six-storey outpatient building, where simple same-day procedures […]

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Progress on Lakeview Taumata | Otago Daily Times News Online

A fast-track consent application was filed yesterday for the $1 billion Lakeview Taumata development in Queenstown, which is expected to take up to 15 years. During an update in Queenstown last night, Ninety Four Feet NZ chief executive Paul Burnaby said subject to consent construction of the first of six stages would likely start next […]

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Sustainable coastal fishing model to share

Southern angler Nate Smith has taken the next step in his mission to make inshore fishing sustainable. He tells Rebecca Fox that he shared what he learned. Confident that he has the recipe for success not only to secure the wild seafood resource for future generations, but also to provide access to it for more […]

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Sweden and Finland plan to join NATO

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has triggered an urgent overhaul of security policy in Scandinavian countries, with Sweden and Finland considering joining NATO. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet his counterparts in Stockholm and Helsinki during a one-day visit on Wednesday, answering questions from media in both countries. “We support the democratic ability of countries […]

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‘Undone’: Couple’s visa heartbreak after application fiasco

A couple facing constant hurdles to get a residential partnership visa said the process left them feeling “defeated”. Kiwi professor Michael Salmon, 30, and his partner Sarah Wilson, a 29-year-old nursing student from the United States, were told they would have to wait 13 months for their visa application to be approved in order for […]

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Canada’s ‘Online News Act’ gives Indian newspapers and digital editions a big boost

A recent Canadian order on information intermediaries like Google has given Indian newspapers and its digital news publishers a big boost in their fight against Google’s monopolistic exploitation of news content. Prominent Indian newspapers and their digital editions have represented against said abuse of its monopoly and position by Google. According to newspaper sources, Google […]

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Over $30,000 in approved grants

More than $30,000 in community and promotion grants were approved Tuesday by the Vincent Community Board. Grants approved included the continuation and upgrade of Galloway Hall, funding for children’s entertainment at the Central Otago A&P lounge, a karareea sculpture to mark the entrance to Clyde, and signage for the proposed “Badlands” bike paths leading to […]

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Online News Tracking Market Size and Analysis by Key Manufacturers with its Application and Types 2022-2028 – Queen Anne and Mangolia News

Global Online News Tracking Market Report provides an in-depth overview of the Online News Tracking industry along with the analysis of cost structure, supply chain, development management techniques, retailer analysis, financial backing, business strategies and marketing channels. Global Online News Tracking Market Research Report Provides Point-by-Point Analysis In-depth analysis of global market size, regional and […]

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Google concerned about Canada’s ‘online news law’

Google says it’s worried about Canada’s online news law because it can affect the search experience, Citizen of Ottawa reports. Revenue sharing with news publishers has become a controversial topic for Google. The company had already had similar cases in France and Australia. However, he could reach an agreement with the publishers. Now the Canadian […]

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‘Absolute shambles’: Peters confirms drop of trespass order

Former Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has confirmed that an trespassing order barring him from entering Parliament for two years has been withdrawn by the Speaker of the House. Five trespassing orders were dropped today after Trevor Mallard issued the restraining orders for people who attended the 23-day occupation of Parliament grounds. This afternoon, Peters […]

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First Dog Trial Participant Is ‘Super Excited’

Dog trials riders are a dedicated group. Father and daughter Clark and Lana Chrystal left home in the North Island at 1 a.m. on Saturday to catch the Cook Strait ferry, before driving six hours on Sunday from Amberley to Alexandra for the dog championships of South Island Shepherd. While Mr. Chrystal was an experienced […]

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Residents concerned no health warning about stench

A resident who lives and works near the burnt-out Christchurch sewage treatment plant that has plagued the city for months says he is surprised there has been no warning about the health impact. Yesterday, Christchurch City Council heard tearful pleas from residents tormented by the stench for six months. The main message from the council […]

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Sweet Car Online – News

The transfer market can be stressful. Researching the best options, negotiating with agents, signing contracts and waiting for a medical examination – it’s enough for managers to tear their hair out. The same is true – and bear with us here – in the market for a new car. You‘You are unlikely to have […]

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Global Industry Trends, Market Challenges, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast to 2028 – Ripon College Days

Online News Tracking Market: An in-depth analysis of statistics on current and emerging trends offers insights into the dynamics of the online news tracking market. The report includes Porter’s five forces to analyze the importance of various characteristics such as understanding suppliers and customers, risks posed by various agents, strength of competition and promising emerging […]

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LIVE STREAM | Weymouth vs Wrexham AFC available to watch online – Reuters Sports News

We are pleased to confirm that Tuesday night’s game at Weymouth will be available to stream online, following a request from our hosts to broadcast the game. Originally scheduled for Saturday, April 2, the match has been rearranged due to our progress in the Buildbase FA Trophy and will now take place on Tuesday, […]

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Pushback for the DCC discharge proposal

The construction campaign for a landfill at Smooth Hill near Dunedin has become more bumpy. A consultant from Otago Regional Council recommended that Dunedin City Council’s request be denied. A “very high risk to aviation safety” and uncertainty over how much wetland habitat could be affected were highlighted as issues in a report by Ahika […]

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The Bad Sting of Inflation | Otago Daily Times News Online

Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr wasn’t exaggerating inflation concerns when he said this week “we’re not in an ideal situation right now.” The annual inflation rate soared to 6.9%, mocking the bank’s 1% to 3% target and presaging various adverse effects. These are in progress before our eyes. The cost of food, rent, tariffs and […]

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Application for consent to subdivision probably by July

One of the developers behind plans for subdividing the north side of Ladies Mile, creating up to 700 homes, expects the first of two resource consent applications to be filed within the next two months. On Tuesday, Acting Prime Minister Grant Robertson announced that Glenpanel Development Ltd’s Flint’s Park West, offering up to 315 residential […]