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Spreading ‘power of legal knowledge’

Spreading the "power of legal knowledge" throughout the community is the aim of Community Law Otago through its Law for Tea sessions. The series of...

Daffodil Day done Hyacinth’s way

Dust off the "dainty cups" and fluff your fur coat – the "Mrs Bucket" afternoon tea hits East Taieri on Sunday. Mosgiel Daffodil Day fundraising...

$3.5m car park opens

Visitors to Mercy Hospital were greeted with smiles and chocolates to celebrate the opening of the facility's new $3.5million car park. After more than six...

‘Horrendous’ task telling cafe closing

Former cafe owners say telling their regular customers the business was shutting was "horrendous". Kevin and Beckie Coe bought The Bay Cafe, in Macandrew Bay,...

Characters collide in play

Favourite fictional characters – including some from Star Wars, Dr Who, Scooby Doo and Moana – will come together in Fairfield School's production at...

‘Really proud’ of community network’s achievements

Looking back on two years of serving the Green Island community, Leanne Stenhouse is proud of making a difference to the lives of local...

Board to consider draft submission: ‘losers’ prosper

The Government rewards lazy "losers" in need of "state care", Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board member Maurice Prendergast says. At the latest board meeting, members nominated Mr...

City ‘truly’ home for new NZ citizen

Almost 70 people from 23 countries became New Zealand citizens in Dunedin last week. Monika Gamble, of Kenmure, wore colourful traditional Polish clothing when she...

Town Belt photo contest for pupils

A group of Dunedin pupils are encouraging residents to combine photography and nature for their new competition. The Town Belt Education Initiative is running a...

‘Soft spot’ for ’59 Holden FC

A fleet of eye-catching vehicles are set to star in a Dunedin car show. Richard Stedman, of Concord, said he had always had a "soft...

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