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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...

Focus on city’s literary history

Dunedin's literary heritage is being highlighted through a new creative tourism start-up. Beverly Martens' Dunedin Literary Walking Tours is one of the new small businesses...

Relaxed vibe at pop-up cafe

Brendan Lemm has met more Blackhead residents in the past six weeks than he has in the past three years living in the area. And...

Octagon market important venue for tourists and locals

Since Dunedin joined the cruise ship circuit, stallholders at the Dunedin Octagon Market have played an important role in welcoming passengers. Disembarking from buses in...

Christmas trees in demand

A major seller of live Christmas trees in Dunedin has sold out more than two weeks ahead of the big day, but other suppliers...

Teamwork credited for award

The Otago Chamber of Commerce's latest life member said receiving the award was ``a real honour''. John Christie, who worked for the chamber for 21...

Older residents help drive rise in electric bike sales

Electric bicycles are increasing in popularity, Dunedin bike shop owners say. Dunedin Electric Bikes co-owner Nathan Parker said while he had first ridden an electric...

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