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Rotary club calls time on running trailer raffle

The happy occasion of handing over funds raised for the Otago Community Hospice through the annual Christmas trailer raffle was tinged with sadness for...

Walk this way – 3-D crossings set to dazzle

Crossing the road in Dunedin's tertiary precinct will be much more fun from this week, with the installation of two 3-D pedestrian crossings in...

Building up to `mad weekend’

A buzz is building in North Dunedin as about 20,000 students pour into the city for the start of the university year. The University of...

Not easy getting on the property ladder

Nathan Sheridan has been actively looking to buy his first home in Dunedin for six months without any luck, but remains optimistic. ``We'll keep trucking...

Coastal walkway reopened

Thousands spent on remedial work The popular coastal walkway at Second Beach, St Clair, has reopened to the public after a three-month project to repair slumping of...

Disabled user raises concerns

Varying views on bus hub Concerns over consultation and location of the bus hub have been raised by some disabled bus advocates, but others say...

Thomson taking on the Dream

Creative projects in unused spaces will be the focus of Katrina Thomson for the next three months. The Dunedin-based sculptor and artist, who has been...

Parenting courses set to resume

Parenting programmes run by Presbyterian Support Family Works are set to resume. Group work co-ordinator Rae Hubac said the variety of courses based at Presbyterian...

Fruit, vege initiative spreading across city

thought it would be a great thing for our church to be involved with. Caversham depot co-ordinator Jillian Criglington   All Saints Fruit and Veges has...

Students set to descend on city

Students are set to flock back to Dunedin for the start of the university year. Otago University Students' Association president Hugh Baird said Orientation Week...

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