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Teacher arriving from Balclutha

A beloved technology teacher – set to teach at Taieri College – has been farewelled from the school she called "home" for the past...

Road probe reopened after fears

An accident is waiting to happen because of the design of a Mosgiel street, Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board chairwoman Sarah Nitis says. At the latest board...

Celebrating 10 years of city’s first blokes’ shed

Dunedin's first blokes' shed, Taieri Blokes' Shed, remains a template and inspiration for similar organisations across the South. Founded 10 years ago yesterday, Taieri Blokes'...

Landfill plan call

Community board heads are urging residents concerned about a proposal for a landfill on a site between Brighton and Dunedin Airport to make themselves...

Council action urged on slip

Sunshine Lane in Musselburgh is closed as a result of Dunedin City Council contractors failing to clear vegetation blocking a drain, a frustrated resident...

Crop competition and auction raise $65,000

This year's Taieri Winter Crop Competition and Charity Auction raised $65,000 – the most raised in its five-year history. Last month, $45,000 of the funds...

Event combines art, science

Art and science will meet in "Oku Moana (My Oceans)", an exhibition and community event celebrating both Puaka Matariki and the New Zealand International...

Singer off to US for world championship

A Mosgiel singer is in the United States and set to "belt out powerful songs" and chase down a dream. Haze Harrington (21) is part...

Storytellers impart insights

Dunedin primary school pupils have been receiving words of wisdom from two of the city's best storytellers. Author-illustrators Kathryn van Beek and Robyn Belton visited Brockville,...

Hundreds sign post-shop petition

Public support for New Zealand Post's South Dunedin branch continues to grow, with hundreds signing a petition urging its retention. Last month, Kiwibank and New...
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