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Support for student wellbeing initiative

The Ministry of Education has backed a University of Otago initiative aimed at improving students' mental health and wellbeing. The programme, Silverline, has received $52,772...

Career change for city’s new constable

Meet Dunedin's newest frontline cop. Constable Stew Thomas, of Dunedin, said he was one of the 80 new constables to graduate from the Royal New...

DCC joins opposition to proposal

Dunedin city councillors have aligned themselves with the city's community boards on the vexed topic of a proposed funding pool for elected members' remuneration. At...

City hosting annual spearfishing contest

Fish of Dunedin beware – some of the best spearfishers in the South Island are heading your way soon. South Island Spearfishing Championship organiser Josh...

School shouts pupils uniforms

A Dunedin school has shouted every pupil a new uniform in a bid to install "pride and a sense of belonging". Silverstream School principal Greg...

ChatBus expands to meet demand

Dunedin mobile counselling service ChatBus is busier than ever as counsellors deal with a "marked increase" in anxiety and anger among children. ChatBus chief executive...

‘Village hub’ to connect Taieri senior community

Mosgiel residents and social services are set to create a "village hub" to give older residents a place to get information about groups and...

Markings improve pupils’ safety

A dead-end street in Fairfield has been given a new lease of life. Dunedin City Council transport engineering and road safety team leader Hjarne Poulsen...

Trust has plans for station

The former Mosgiel Railway Station building has a new tenant but it will only be open to members to use as a storage and...

Chance to share art with community

A Dunedin art studio's annual exhibition is a good opportunity for artists to share their work with the wider community, its director says. This year's...

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