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City’s free Wi-Fi hot spots vary in user uptake

People can surf the internet for free at Wi-Fi hot spots across Dunedin – but some are hotter than others. Dunedin City Council information released...

Dunedin sportier than national average

More Dunedin secondary school pupils participate in sport than the national average. Data released by Sport Otago on Monday, showed from 2013-2017 more Dunedin pupils...

Fundraiser for Tanzanian school

A Dunedin seaside village is set for a taste of East Africa. Broad Bay School cleaner Shukuru Munro was raised in the village of Kelema...

South Dunedin Teddy Bear Hospital

Hundreds of sick teddies and dolls descended on Caversham for treatment on last Saturday. South Dunedin Community Network community facilitator Michelle Reddy said more than...

Potential timetable change for Harington Pt buses

A potential change to a bus timetable may allow school pupils living in Harington Point to get home sooner. Julian Phillips and Bon Kellas, from...

Mayoral candidates on air

Dunedin radio presenter Ian Telfer is returning to his roots to host a series of interviews with aspiring mayoral candidates. He called time on a...

Mindset coach starts mentoring business

A headstrong Dunedin woman has launched a business to help people get more out of life. Headstrong founder Soph Borland, of Dunedin, said her mindset...

Adviser calls for protection against loan sharks

A Bill proposing measures to protect vulnerable people against loan sharks needs more teeth, a Dunedin budget adviser says. Dunedin Budget Advisory Service manager Andrew...

Call for new gambling laws

Overseas gambling sites need tighter restrictions to protect the vulnerable, a Dunedin counsellor says. The call comes after the Government opened public consultation on online...

Speight’s seeking information for service honours board

A call is being made for information on Speight's Brewery staff tenures spanning more than 20 years. Speight's Brewery manager Arron Goodwin said he had...

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