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Arts sector needs better spaces: report

A working party representing the interests of Dunedin's arts community is needed to drive forward the next stage of the Dunedin Performing Arts Feasibility...

Young kereru are hitting the skies – and windows

Injuries suffered by kereru are keeping Wildlife Hospital Dunedin and Project Kereru on their toes, as juvenile birds take flight across the city. The two...

Playground out of bounds

Families are divided over the timing of a more than $100,000 project to upgrade play equipment in a Dunedin park. Dunedin City Council parks and...

Cultural group has success

A desire to relive its strong, proud history was the motivation for a Dunedin cultural group to enter a South Island tournament after sitting...

‘Bin it for Zimbabwe’ launched

Dunedin Hospital staff are banding together in a bid to help people affected by Cyclone Idai, which devastated swathes of Southern Africa last month. The...

Focus on reducing food waste

A group of University of Otago students is holding an event next week in the hope it will encourage other students to reduce their food...

Polytechnic students collaborate with pupils

Otago Polytechnic third year design students' latest clients were a little different than their usual ones. That is because for the past six weeks, they...

‘I’m really keen to get out there and get some work’

A desire to return to work burns in Dunedin man Rorie White. Mr White (26), who has cerebral palsy, is on the hunt for a...

Bus user says timetable ‘not fit’

The Otago Regional Council bus timetable and map is not fit for purpose, a bus user says. Teena Henderson, of Brockville, catches the bus three...

Convener steps up to Anzac Day role

Former HMNZS Toroa commanding officer Lieutenant-commander (retired) Rob Tomlinson has big shoes to fill as he takes over the role of Anzac Day events...

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