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Community asked to support hamper project one last time

Dunedin's Christian Helping Agencies Group (CHAG) is calling on the community to support its annual Christmas hamper project, for one last time. This December's distribution...

Hope artwork will look ‘striking’

A pair of Dunedin artists whose giant artwork depicting the southern night sky will be installed on the enormous canvas of the Ross Creek...

Protesters demand climate justice

Climate protesters are demanding to be heard. Between 2000 and 3000 people marched down George St to the Octagon to demand climate justice as part...

Families struggle with debt

Being poor is expensive – especially when it comes to trying to access money for unexpected bills. And that is why so many low income...

Lego exhibition set to be ‘bigger and better’

Brick by brick a Dunedin show is coming together and is set to be "bigger and better" than ever before. Lego Users Group Otago committee...

China trip to experience culture

A group of intermediate pupils is set to experience Chinese culture first-hand. Next month, 18 Tahuna Normal Intermediate School pupils will travel to China, where...

CAB filling gap left by govt depts, board member says

Volunteers are doing the government's work for free, Dunedin Citizens Advice Bureau board member Lachy Paterson says. Dr Paterson, of Dunedin, said the role of...

Climbing Kilimanjaro for charity

Dunedin teenager Quin Latta is off on the adventure on a lifetime, travelling to Tanzania to climb Mt Kilimanjaro. At 17, Quin is the youngest...

App aims to ease photo selection

The tears of overwhelmed mothers drove a Dunedin businessman to start developing a smartphone app to tackle a "universal problem". Happy Moose founder and chief...

School Strike 4 Climate to take to streets again

The scale of the climate crisis is "unprecedented", so unprecedented action is needed, a School Strike 4 Climate co-organiser says. Secondary school pupils will march...

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