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Organisations to help Kiwis with site loss access essentials

Blind Low Vision NZ is uniting with blind, low vision, deafblind and other organisations to ensure Kiwis living with sight loss have access to...

Students ready to help

The Student Volunteer Army has arrived in Dunedin to help older people and the vulnerable during lockdown. From today, volunteers will shop at New World...

71 new Covid-19 cases, 53 now linked to Bluff wedding

Director-general of health Ashley Bloomfield has revealed 49 new confirmed cases and 22 probable cases, bringing the New Zealand total to 868. Dr Bloomfield also...

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Arts

Art gallery staff share their favourite artworks

Dunedin Public Art Gallery is staying connected with art lovers by sharing "something old, something new, something borrowed, and something to do". Gallery staff have...

Royal New Zealand Ballet launches live streaming of performances

The Royal New Zealand Ballet will offer free broadcasts of recent performances via Facebook Premiere, starting tonight. First up will be the ballet company’s acclaimed...

Business

Financial support you could be eligible for

Government is acting to support the economy with a $12.1billion support package. If you're not sure what assistance may be available, don't know who to...

Fivefold rise in pensioners working

The number of Dunedin pensioners in paid employment increased almost fivefold between 2001 and 2018, the latest data shows. Stats NZ data reveals the number...

Sports

Circular route to running marathon

Beginning at 6am on Saturday, more than 300 people nationwide began a marathon — around...

Mosgiel disc golf course proposed

A group of disc golf players are keen to establish a course in Mosgiel. Mike Dalton,...

Heavy medal haul for gymnastics club

Earlier this month, College Street Gymnastics Club hosted an event which doubled as the Otago...

Holden and owner to park for four weeks

Paul Mann, of Dunedin, talks to Shawn McAvinue about his 1966 Holden HR and the future of Mates Car Cruize. You organise the monthly cruise...

Shadow over the Taieri Gorge train

THE VOICE COLUMN Summer has finally arrvied in the Strath Taieri and while it hasn't been the best season we've seen, neither has it been...

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