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Public Transport on the Peninsula

With the Otago Regional Council looking at transferring the management of the bus service to the Dunedin City Council. . While no timeframe has been given for the proposed transfer of management its probably a good time for Otago Peninsula residents to consider their use of the current service and what their needs are.  67 more words

Otago Peninsula

Campervan Tales Part Two

We woke up after our second night early with the intention of doing some further penguin hunting. Looking out of the window things were quite foggy so a decision was made to sleep in a little longer. 1,013 more words

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NZ: University of Otago campus

I spent 6 years studying in the University of Otago. I completed my Foundation Studies, BA and DipGrad here. As I will (hopefully) be posting more about my time in Otago, here are some basic info and photos taken around campus. 307 more words

Prof Bob Lloyd's Message to Anadarko, OFO Flotilla 2014-02-09

Professor Bob Lloyd is the Director of Energy Studies in the University of Otago’s Physics Department. In this clip he challenges Anadarko’s ship the Noble Bob Douglas as it arrives to a deep-sea-drilling site off the coast of Otago. 45 more words

Butterfly's breakfast

The first time I posted this picture I identified this creature as a moth. A friend got in touch and claimed it was a butterfly. So… butterfly it is, unless some smart person can prove otherwise. 9 more words

Fabulous Finds 8

The last few weeks have been surreal and exciting. Now it’s back down to earth with some bargains!

As usual, Two Squirrels Vintage in Milton has come up trumps with another lovely vintage dress, this time from the early 1940s. 168 more words

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>3 months, 23 days to go - brake lights


I’m just back from four lovely, love-filled, laze-filled, food-filled days with the family over Easter.  And I’m stuffed and waddling in every one of those ways. 465 more words

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