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100 Dunedin men died in a day

  The Scottish regimental colours will fly above an exhibition highlighting "the worst day in New Zealand history" at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum on Anzac...

More dogs being registered

The number of registered dogs in Dunedin has been increasing by about 500 a year, a Dunedin City Council spokesman says. Council parking and animal...

Syrian women to exhibit culture

  A group of Syrian women are set to exhibit their culture next week. Syrian former refugee Hana Alhkalilwill be among 10 displaying traditional Syrian clothing,...

Armed with golden tonsils

The two oldest members of the Dunedin RSA choir will be in full voice on Anzac Day. Colin Challis (94) and Jimmy Clegg (93) have...

Good turnout expected for dawn service

As World War 1 centenary commemorations continue, final preparations are falling into place for the giant Anzac Day dawn service at the Cenotaph in...

Ticketing changes next year

  Dunedin's bus ticketing system is expected to change over by June next year, the Otago Regional Council has announced. ORC support services manager Gerard Collings...

Easter DIY injury alert

DIY Dunedinites are being warned to take extra care this holiday weekend after it emerged Otago and Southland had 15 ladder-related ACC injury claims...

More students accessing food parcels, associations say

A growing number of students are accessing food parcels as the cost of living increases, student associations say. Otago University Students' Association student support manager...

Traffic management port focus

Traffic management will be a key part of Port Otago's review of the cruise ship season. The last cruise ship of the season, Sirena is...

Anglican bishop retires

After seven years as the Anglican bishop of the diocese of Dunedin, the Rt Rev Dr Kelvin Wright is stepping down. Dr Wright, who was previously...

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