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New curtain service to combat cold

The Dunedin Curtain Bank is launching a new curtain lining and alteration initiative, in the hopes of helping to warm up cold Dunedin families...

Boards reject idea of funding pool

Community boards across Dunedin have responded with a resounding "no thanks" to the possibility of the Remuneration Authority including boards in a funding "governance...

O-Week festivities starting on Saturday

Months of planning will come to fruition when Otago University Students' Association's Orientation Week kicks off tomorrow. Students are flooding back into North Dunedin after...

Mosgiel $2 shop closing

The longest-running $2 shop in Dunedin is closing next week. Mosgiel $2 & More co-owner Phil Tate said his variety shop in Gordon Rd would...

Supergrans happy in new home

A light and bright, comfortable space in South Dunedin mall has become the new home of Supergrans Dunedin. Supergrans manager Pip Weber and assistant manager...

Cat rescue shelter progressing

In an old building complex 30 minutes north of Dunedin, a dedicated team of volunteers is spending every spare minute working on a shelter...

O-Week: ‘Look after your mates’

Last month, Police Minister Stuart Nash told Radio New Zealand anecdotal evidence suggested an increase in sexual assaults at the start of each year...

Valentine’s roses in short supply

Some Valentine's Day lovers in Dunedin may have to settle for a single stem today as a shortage of locally grown roses begins to...

Initiative boosts police station hours

A spin-off of a new community partnership is Mosgiel police station being open to the public for longer. The Dunedin City Council has committed in...

New advocate for South Dunedin

Increasing community consultation and making South Dunedin a desirable place to live is at the top of its new community development officer's list. Michell Reddy...

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