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Busy 2017 for Regent

Comedy show first up Films, dance performances and children's shows are just part of the 2017 line-up for the Regent Theatre, marketing manager Hannah Molloy says. With...

Prison tours on hold

Back in February after restoration ends At the former Dunedin Prison, where warders once paced, the corridors have more recently been taken over by visitors...

Merry Christmas to our readers

In a year of international upheaval, a refugee crisis, political shocks and natural disasters, Dunedin remained an oasis of calm in 2016. It has been...

Food parcels go out to families

Christmas cheer has come to Dunedin families in need this week, with the distribution of 320 festive food parcels from the Combined Christmas Food...

Invitation to harvest vegetable

Otago Polytechnic's Living Campus will be open over the holidays and staff are inviting people to harvest the fresh vegetables. Lettuce, herbs, silverbeet and various...

Important commitment in having an animal

Pets are for life, not just for Christmas, SPCA Otago says. The annual reminder comes as many families may be preparing to welcome a fluffy...

Driving lessons and mowers for families

The mothers of many former refugee families who have settled in Dunedin are to receive free driving lessons and lawnmowers. Help has come from a...

Lessons behind walls

Being able to read and write is important for all of us. But many people in prison lack the basic level of writing and reading...

Call for pontoon action

A group of West Harbour business owners and commercial boat operators are calling for action on the heavily silted Carey's Bay pontoon. Only limited use...

Stadium gaining traction

DVML attracts more conferences to Dunedin This has been good year for Dunedin Venues, chief executive Terry Davies says. With an increase in conferences, a variety of...

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