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Research unveiling the ‘invisible illness’

Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) in New Zealand affects about 0.4% of the population. There will be up to 100 affected among our university student...

Fashion career sustainable in UK

Tara Viggo graduated from Otago Polytechnic's School of Fashion in 2005 and has since worked as a pattern cutter for the high street and...

All welcome at celebration

A community event celebrating New Zealand's cultural diversity will be held later this month on March 22, from 1pm until 4pm at the Dunedin...

‘Dust off your cowboy boots’ country’s coming to town

The Silverpeaks Country Music Hoedown will arrive in Mosgiel next week. Silverpeaks Country Music Club spokeswoman Frances Partridge, of Fairfield, said the hoedown would be...

Classic British Cars to converge on Portobello

The annual Best of British Charity Motoring Day is ready to go again this Sunday. British cars, motorcycles and other vehicles, from yesteryear to the...

Showcasing the joy of modelling

For a day of family fun head along to the Otago Model Engineering Society's Exhibition Week, which runs from this Saturday to Sunday, February...

Still making a difference

The Mosgiel Rotary Club has been active in the Taieri community for more than 80 years. While the motto "service above self" still applies, most...

Gala day in Brighton chance for fun with all the whanau

Fun, entertainment and plenty to eat and drink love about the annual Brighton Gala Day. The event is set to return to Brighton Domain for...

Volunteers “amazing and crucial” to op shop

Volunteers are a "crucial" part of a Dunedin op shop, its manager says. The Hospice Shop Bond Street manager Cat Callanan said the shop's volunteers...

Green Island gears up for market day

Make sure you pop in to the Green Island Market Day on Saturday. A range of stalls, entertainment and food will be set up along...
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