Otago Daily Times One dead in South Canterbury crash 2018-02-20T06:58:58.000000000+13:00 One person is dead following a single-vehicle crash near Winchester in South Canterbury overnight. Council, Airbnb use social media videos to share opposing views 2018-02-20T05:05:23.000000000+13:00 It is the battle of the videos. Lobby group for Dunstan idea reprised 2018-02-20T05:05:23.000000000+13:00 Michael Laws Otago Regional Council (ORC) councillor Michael Laws has refloated the idea of forming a ``Dunstan lobby'' in Central Otago and the Queenstown Lakes district, saying a regular forum of elected local, regional and national government members is vital to address issues in the re... Tent City comes to life as rain clears 2018-02-20T05:05:23.000000000+13:00 PHOTO: LINDA ROBERTSON Hundreds of students walk around the Museum Reserve for the first day of Tent City yesterday. Getting her teeth into study 2018-02-20T05:05:23.000000000+13:00 First-year students squeeze into Puketeraki Marae yesterday for a welcoming University of Otago powhiri. PHOTOS: UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO It takes a whanau to raise a child. Ran 45 minutes to save injured mate 2018-02-20T05:05:23.000000000+13:00 An associate of an unconscious Swiss tramper ran for 45 minutes on the Greenstone Track to get help on Saturday night. Signs of activity at community and sports building site 2018-02-20T05:05:23.000000000+13:00 PHOTO: GUY WILLIAMS Checking the building platform for the Arrowtown Community Sports Facility at Jack Reid Park yesterday are (from left) Queenstown Lakes District Council sport and recreation manager Simon Battrick, Arrowtown Community and Sports Centre secretary Simon Spark, Arrowtown w... Pace lifts on bridge 2018-02-20T05:05:23.000000000+13:00 Both lanes of the new State Highway 6 bridge between Kelvin Heights and Frankton are expected to be open in May. Decision reserved on hot pools for reserve 2018-02-20T05:05:23.000000000+13:00 A hearings panel has reserved its decision on a proposal to grant a long-term lease to Ngai Tahu Tourism for its hot pools development on a recreation reserve in Queenstown. The young give hope on gun control 2018-02-20T05:05:23.000000000+13:00 Donald Trump United States President Donald Trump has lashed out at the FBI for missing signs that may have prevented the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Florida, shooting in which 17 pupils were murdered last week.