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Fall in in drivers caught by mobile cameras

Fewer motorists are being snapped by mobile speed cameras in the Otago Coastal area because of a shuffle of police resources. But a Dunedin officer...

Magnificent homes open their doors to the public

A new eco-house and grand heritage homes across Dunedin will open their doors to visitors in support of the Cargill's Castle Trust. The trust's Heritage...

New whiteware for SuperGrans’ premises

The fit-out of SuperGrans' new premises in the South Dunedin Mall has received a boost with a handy donation from the Rotary Club of...

Church trust celebrates 25 years

For the past 25 years, the Pukehiki Church Trust's main goal has been to restore the 151-year-old landmark. While it is still working to fund...

Walking Inca Trail for charity

A career as a social worker has inspired a Dunedin woman to trek to one of the new seven wonders of the world to...

Mercy signs Good Food Charter

Mercy Hospital has become the first major organisation outside the Dunedin City Council to sign the Dunedin Good Food Charter. Signatories to the charter agree...

‘Night Circus’ extravaganza to raise funds for hospice

The Otago Community Hospice will wrap up Hospice Awareness Week with a "Night Circus" extravaganza – complete with fire dancing, magic, music, and show...

Nominations invited for community awards

The West Harbour Community Board is seeking community champions to honour in its second annual community awards. Board member Ryan Jones, who is driving the...

Events for Rape Awareness Week

Aroha, consent and respect are the key messages behind Rape Crisis' awareness week. Rape Awareness Week runs nationwide from May 1-7, and the Dunedin organisation...

Egg-painting

The chocolate ones may taste better, but real eggs definitely look good covered in paint and glitter. Toitu Otago Settlers Museum held an egg-painting...

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