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Literature: all in the family

An upcoming exhibition of books at the University of Otago will show familial connections among well-known British literary figures of the past.  ‘‘Keeping it...

Bus change woes

New routes hurting business, retailers say Changes to Dunedin’s southern bus routes are affecting business in South Dunedin, shop owners say. The changes to the...

Staff sent to quake scene

The Otago Civil Defence and Emergency Management Group has responded to the Kaikoura earthquake by deploying expert staff north to help. Dunedin-based regional manager...

1000 to take part in Relay for Life

About 1000 Dunedin people will spend this weekend going round in circles, as part of Relay For Life Dunedin 2016. The giant 24-hour event...

SPCA issues warning after pets left in cars

With the weather heating up, SPCA Otago staff are reminding dog owners to be cautious about leaving their pets in vehicles. SPCA Otago office...

Grant can warm 1000 more homes

About 1000 low-income Otago homes are set to become better insulated after a $700,000 grant from the Otago Community Trust. The funding, distributed through...

Sea lion’s death will hurt species

The shooting of an 11-month-old sea lion pup near Portobello could impact the recovery of the New Zealand sea lion species, Department of Conservation...

Huge interest in beer, food festival

More than 6000 people will crowd into Forsyth Barr Stadium this weekend for the Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival. Event organiser Dan Hendra...

1000 groups to be surveyed

The increasing stresses on the community sector highlighted in the recent ComVoices 2016 State of the Sector survey are also being experienced in Dunedin....

Armistice Day service tomorrow at cenotaph

Armistice Day will be commemorated by the Dunedin RSA in a ceremony tomorrow at the Queens Gardens cenotaph. The service will commemorate the Armistice...

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