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New fishing jetty proving alluring

The new Boiler Point Fishing Jetty in Carey's Bay is already proving popular with anglers, a month after it was installed by Port Otago. A...

Grocery grab prize given to food banks

Struggling Otago families will be served some Christmas cheer thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor who won a grocery raffle for a Dunedin...

Free dental clinic produces smiles

A University of Otago dental student is changing lives by offering patients free dental care. Jamie Marra and Gore dentist Dr Haneen Alayan organised a...

Dunedin hub for bus card

Dunedin being chosen as a central hub for a new bus payment system being rolled out in nearly 30 municipalities across New Zealand is...

Christmas money goes to hospital

Dunedin's Newton family witnessed a special event at Woodhaugh Gardens on Sunday - the release of a rehabilitated kereru. The invitation was a Christmas treat,...

Valley Project builds community

The Dunedin City Council grants subcommittee recently allocated $300,000 in funding to seven "place-based" community groups across the city. The funding, which ranges in...

Children’s book addresses fear of public speaking

The wish to help children overcome the fear of public speaking was the inspiration for a new children's book by a Dunedin-based author and...

Dunedin dad takes his own path to healing

A Dunedin father battling a rare brain disorder is swapping prescription pills for a more holistic approach. Tim Doidge (39), of City Rise, received his...

Trust building climate-safe house

The Dunedin City Council grants subcommittee recently allocated $300,000 in funding to seven place-based community groups across the city. The funding, which ranges from...

Anti-5G group concerned

An anti-5G group is hoping to "pause" a roll-out in Dunedin. Questioning 5G for Dunedin group members Christopher Le Braton and John Bentham spoke at...
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