As 2019 draws to a close, the Otago Bulletin Board takes a look back on the stories that made headlines this year.
Because the Otago Bulletin Board will be taking a break over Christmas and through January we are getting in early and posting January’s digital calendar now.
The old catch phrase “the only good shark, is a dead shark” is something that Rob Lewis and the University’s NZ Marine Studies Centre (NZMSC) are aiming to quash this summer.
Large gracious home within 20 minutes' walk of University and on good bus route.
Charming cottage with water views and all day sun.
Extremely neat, black, petrol-fuelled, automatic, five-seat, import with 100km mileage (car still being used).
Ever wanted to learn French or brush up your high school French?
Ali Clarke's Blog: University of Otago 1869-2019 ~ writing a history
This blog started in 2013, at the beginning of the project to research and write a new history of the …
Would-be tenants seek to live in cars on driveways to beat Auckland rents
18 August – New Zealand Herald
Effectiveness of Community Treatment Orders
17 August – Radio New Zealand
Campylobacter in Hawke's Bay
16 August – Radio New Zealand
Arana College Assistant Warden Kirsten Eichstaedt’s is the second person to feature in the Bulletin Board’s new volunteer series, dedicated to staff who share their skills and time with the community.
The Master of Otago research vessel Polaris II Bill Dickson is the first profile in the Bulletin Board’s new volunteer series, dedicated to staff who share their skills and time with the community.