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Hope to have new pool in 2019

Retiring Mosgiel Taieri Community Board chairman Bill Feather said the issue of a Mosgiel pool complex had been talked about for ‘‘at least 10...

Church offers hall for Kaikorai hub

Providing a space for Kaikorai residents to gather is the goal of Kaikorai Presbyterian Church parishioners, who are developing their hall into a hub. The...

OBHS chess champions

After six hours of intense concentration, the Otago Boys’ High School A chess team was named champion of the South Island Secondary Schools Chess...

Church offers hall for Kaikorai hub

Providing a space for Kaikorai residents to gather is the goal of Kaikorai Presbyterian Church parishioners, who are developing their hall into a hub. The...

Able to help animals in distress

Being called out to help a sick animal is both a difficult and a fulfilling task, SPCA Otago animal ambulance officer Simon McLachlan says. Mr...

Passengers unhappy with half-hour stop on route

A more-than-30-minute wait halfway around the Waverley bus route is frustrating passengers, bus advocates say. BusGo co-president Alex King said the recent changes to the...

Latest take on Vitara well-executed, tech-laden

There is often no obvious reason why some models in our fashionable but fickle compact SUV market are mega sales hits, while others that...

Mustang’s look, sound the lure

A Ford Mustang has a distinctive look and sound — which was just what Jon Houston wanted in a classic car. Mr Houston said he...

Specialist music shows welcome

Otago Access Radio (OAR) is welcoming anyone with a love of music to share their enthusiasm with the station’s listeners. Specialist music shows carried by...

Pupils taking on NZ musical

A large cast of high school pupils will sing, dance and act their way through original New Zealand show, Suspect, A Murder Mystery Musical,...

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