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Opening bottles just got easier

The 2017 Start Up Weekend Dunedin held last Friday to Sunday has pushed one young entrepreneur to take his thirst-quenching idea further. Web designer Alex...

Local music keeps shop running

Support for local music is keeping one record store afloat, but a resurgence in vinyl is also helping, Relics co-owner Dave James says. Mr James...

Thumbs up for hub’s first five months

Innov8 HQ has exceeded expectations since opening in mid-October, founder Heidi Renata says. The business hub and collaborative workspace, based at 123 Vogel St, housed...

People ‘too disconnected’ from money

People have become disconnected from money and spend it too easily, the Otago director of a nationwide financial planning business says. "The ease of which...

Wide array in sale fundraiser

Vinyl records, a special shoehorn, VHS videos and paintings are just some of the items in the eclectic collection of goods for sale in...

Students back and so is costume demand

Dunedin second-hand stores have been inundated with student buying costumes for Orientation Week parties. Op Shop on St Andrew manager Chrissy Anderson said they had...

Video shops dropping to four

Dunedin's soon-to-be two remaining video rental store proprietors say they will not be closing their doors in a hurry. Video Venue in Green Island is...

Cruise ships expected to add to crowd

Thieves' Alley returns for another year this Saturday. The annual market extravaganza - expected to attract close to 300 stalls - would be held in...

Sellers’ market for Dunedin property

Dunedin's still operating at a very low base   Dunedin real estate agents say they see no end in sight for the ongoing residential property value...

`Optimistic’ about hearing outcome

Cobb & Co Dunedin general manager Ange Copson is ``optimistic'' about the outcome of a public hearing on a proposed deck for the family...

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