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Rest-home residents off on Fiji cruise

Glendale Retirement Home residents and staff are escaping Dunedin winter and setting sail to Fiji. Four residents and four staff will spent eight nights on...

Trust’s ‘bold move’ paying off

Just one month after its launch, the Hope Centre in Albion Lane is making a difference in the lives of many Dunedin people. "heart, soul...

‘Do you really want to endanger a child?’

Dunedin principals are working to stop motorists parking illegally outside schools and endangering children's lives. Mornington School principal Brent Caldwell said he had sandwich-board signs...

School reboots hangi tradition

A "yummy" tradition returned to Green Island School last week. Pupils were served food cooked in a hangi, a traditional Maori pit oven, dug in...

Interchange project set to ‘make a big statement’

The NZ Transport Agency has announced it is set to "make a big statement" with a landscaping project at the state highway interchange in...

Timely cause for student volunteers

University of Otago students did their bit during volunteer week by helping out during Octacan. Cumberland College residents Emily Peers, Bethany Coates, Kane Cocker and...

School drug support examined

While most pupils are exposed to drugs and alcohol outside school, it is important for schools to be equipped to deal with issues that...

New app to provide accessibility advice

Dunedin is the first city to get a sneak peek at a new recreation app before its launch. Halberg Disability Sport Foundation adviser for Otago...

Scholarships celebrate local designer

A scholarship was launched in Dunedin on Wednesday night and celebrated a local businesswoman and her "insatiable curiosity to innovate". Collective Intelligence founder and scholarship...

Staff celebrate Montecillo centenary

Caring for veterans in their old age is a pleasure and a privilege for Montecillo War Veterans Home & Hospital acting chief executive Lynley...
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