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Vocational training facility fills gap

VSTET is Dunedin's newest NZQA-registered training provider. Lynne and Mark Johnston opened VSTET at the start of the year after noticing a gap in the...

There’s nothing like local travel tips

As we are making great strides to see more of our own backyards in the wake of lockdown, we asked people from around the...

World Breastfeeding Week

World Breastfeeding Week is observed from 1-7 August every year. This year, to celebrate the week, the Dunedin Breastfeeding Network have created a short video...

I Love Merino moves to new location

I Love Merino has a great range of clothing suitable for all seasons. Store owners Colin and Li Ru Lim are proud to sell sustainable...

Training dogs to detect cancer

Based in Dunedin, K9 Medical Detection NZ Charitable Trust (K9MD) trains dogs for the early non-invasive detection of cancer and other diseases. The University of...

Whanau Ora graduate ives back aroha

Ardijah Rakete is someone who understands the power of looking inwards. Having graduated in March with a New Zealand Certificate in Whanau Ora (Level 3),...

Transformed establishment a venue for everyone

A revamped Mornington establishment opens today. Publican David Miskimmin (Murdoch) has given the former Mornington Tavern restaurant a makeover, creating a relaxed, homely atmosphere for people...

Family and community drive business

A Dunedin mechanic has a dream. Automotive Solutions Maori Hill co-owner Greg Stevenson-Wright said he and his wife Melinda bought their automotive repair business at...

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...
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