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Sheeran concert ‘coup’

Securing British pop musician Ed Sheeran to perform in Dunedin next year took more than six months' work, Dunedin Venues (DVML) marketing manager Kim...

TROUBLED YOUNG MINDS: “High demand” for support

The mental health of Dunedin school pupils – both primary and secondary – is causing concern for principals and mental health professionals. The Star...

Chance to tour heritage homes

The owners of some of Dunedin's heritage homes will open their doors to the public later this month in support of the Cargill's Castle...

‘Thrilled’ hub site confirmed

South Dunedin business and community representatives are "thrilled" and "pleased" a site for the suburb's pop-up hub has been confirmed. The Dunedin City Council announced...

Bag “library” to be trialled

Providing a "library" of reusable bags will help reduce plastic bag usage, a new Dunedin initiative says. Plastic-Free Dunedin co-founder Tess Trotter said the initiative's first...

Bee losses stinging industry

A Dunedin beekeeper warns bee colony losses in the lower South Island could be worse than those seen in 2016. Rentahive co-owner Murray Rixon said...

Shakespeare’s Globe beckons

The thrill of performing on stage at Shakespeare's Globe in London lies just around the corner for young Dunedin actor Juliette Bernard (18). The youngest...

More young Dunedinites join chase for police jobs

A surge of young Dunedin residents have put up their hands to join the police. The rush to wear the blue uniform comes after a...

“Amazing” year for refugees, helpers

The first year of refugee resettlement in Dunedin has been "huge" but "amazing", a Red Cross spokeswoman says. Red Cross southern humanitarian services manager Sue...

‘Three floors of terror’

The spookily gothic surroundings of historic Dunedin Prison will keep thrill-seekers locked in terror during Fear NZ's upcoming event "Dunedin Horror Story: Asylum". The charity...

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