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Student teams raise $5420 for night shelter

While most university assignments involve reading textbooks, studying notes and writing essays, a group of management students were assigned something a little different. Students studying...

Five questions with . . . Desiree Williams

Five questions with Malcam Charitable Trust chief executive Desiree Williams Q1. What is your role at the Malcam Charitable Trust and how long have you...

Parenting course lets dads explore options

A parenting course for fathers has been running successfully for more than 10 years, its founder says. The six-week evening course "Game On", run by...

Sale continues today

The Star Regent 24-Hour Book Sale continues until midday today. Volunteers were hard at work earlier in the week, transporting tens of thousands of books from...

Prayers in show of solidarity

Prayers for peace will be offered in Dunedin today coincide with the reconciliation meeting between the Crown and the people of Parihaka in Taranaki. People will...

Govt plan on suicide prevention discussed

Suicide prevention advocates gathered last week to discuss the Government's draft suicide-prevention plan. Meeting at the Edgar Centre on Monday, May 29, the group contributed their...

Carnival to feature new types of lanterns

Dunedin will again be lit up with lanterns during the Midwinter Carnival parade. More than 1000 people take part in the procession, of lanterns, costumed stilt...

House meets respite-care needs

A labour of love for a Dunedin woman could be the light at the end of the tunnel for families desperately searching for respite...

Cone atop theatre has staff baffled

The mysterious appearance of a road cone has staff at the Fortune Theatre baffled. Marketing and communications manager Jordan Dickson said the road cone placed...

JUNE 2015 FLOOD – TWO YEARS ON

When South Dunedin was hit by flooding two years ago to the day on Saturday, of the community that meant the most to one...

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