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St Leonards has outdoor plans

A St Leonards School class hoping to make over an outdoor area has been named a finalist in a nationwide outdoor classroom project. Room two...

Vigil marks atomic bombings

A peace vigil was held yesterday at the Otago Museum Reserve Peace Pole to mark 72 years since atomic bombs were dropped on the...

Spreading word about subsidy

A group of final-year Dunedin pharmacy students have launched a "20 is Plenty" campaign to raise community awareness of prescription subsidies. Surveys by the University...

Fun in the snow led to competitive hobby

What started as a bit of fun on a snowy day has turned into an exciting hobby for one Dunedin youngster. When it was snowing...

Teens’ parents should listen to ‘gut feeling’

Anti-bullying expert Tarn Felton says parents should listen to their intuition or that "gut feeling" when dealing with teens. "Parents should listen to that instinct...

It is happening on a weekly basis: partnership

Incidences of bullying occurring outside schools, being linked to social media, and then coming back into schools are becoming increasingly common, the Dunedin Secondary...

‘Videoing now’

With these two words - and a smartphone videoing - a group of teen girls launched an assault on a 16-year-old leaving an alcohol-fuelled...

View network has ‘gained lot of trust’

Greater Green Island Community Network workers Amanda Reid and Leanne Stenhouse feel the group has made a real difference over the past three years. Mrs...

Valley Project seeks ideas

Each Dunedin community has its specific issues and for Northeast Valley, cold and damp housing is a big one. So, for the past five years,...

100 brave cold in Dunedin Sleepout

About 100 people braved bitterly cold temperatures on Friday night to take part in the 2017 Dunedin Sleepout. The annual event, which aims to raise...

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