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Pupil transport habits to be re-surveyed

The transport habits of Dunedin adolescents will be studied against the backdrop of the city's changing infrastructure as the Beats study ramps up. This week,...

Plans to work magic on Law Courts Hotel

A Dunedin hotel is set for a magical makeover. Dunedin businessman Jia Liu will take over ownership of the Law Courts Hotel, on the corner of...

Support for youth for employment scheme

Dunedin employers are stepping up with strong support for young people through the Youth Employment Success scheme. With 81 employers now signed up to the...

Community board hands out remaining funds

The Otago Peninsula Community Board has dished out its remaining funds. At its latest meeting, board members voted to give $750 to the New Zealand...

Appeal collects thousands of cans

Donations are still being counted, but Presbyterian Support Otago's Octacan organisers hope to have collected about 15,000 cans at this year's appeal. The annual collection...

$10,000 in grants reached by board

The Waikouaiti Coast Community Board cleaned out its coffers with a grant of $567.19 to the Progress of Waikouaiti Area group at its meeting...

Concern workers need food bank

People in full-time work are among those coming to the Salvation Army Dunedin food bank for help, with the cost of housing a major...

Breath testing tactics changed

A sharp drop in roadside breath tests in the South is due to a change in tactics, police say. But the Automobile Association is calling...

Town Belt photo contest

A group of environmental advocates is encouraging more people to spend time in the Town Belt. Town Belt Kaitiaki is running a school photo competition...

Bayfield pupil off to Germany

A Dunedin teenager is one of three in New Zealand to be selected for a scholarship to travel to Germany to put his language...

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