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Appeal crucial for foodbanks

If you hear a mixture of sirens and Christmas carols in your street next week, do not be alarmed. Emergency services, community groups and volunteers...

Planetarium stars in a year of successes

The Perpetual Guardian Planetarium is set to celebrate its first anniversary on Monday. Otago Museum chief executive Ian Griffin said it had been a successful...

Santa is coming with supporting cast on Sunday

More than 80 floats, 150 children and a white-bearded man dressed in a red suit will descend on George St once again for the...

Duck pond pier to open at garden

Booklet designed as guide and souvenir to be launched Visitors to Dunedin Botanic Garden will have a new vantage point for enjoying the view and...

Ready for rebuild

SPCA counting down to centre demolition date Sledgehammers will swing at the SPCA Otago centre in Opoho in February as the rebuild project is set to...

Dunedin woman makes top four in NZ

A Dunedin bread baker hopes to rise to the challenge to win next year's Young Bread Baker of the Year competition. Hilary Faul, who works...

Taking the stress out of orange

Dunedin police are handing out novel reminders to change driver behaviour concerning amber traffic lights - squeezable orange stress balls. Police and the Dunedin City Council...

Bike trail buffs up

Rotary Club installs gym equipment on West Harbour trail The project has involved dozens of working bees to landscape the area and spread tonnes of...

Residents ‘becoming isolated’

City Rise bus changes upset regular users Changes to the City Rise bus route are proving a hassle for many residents, with many elderly passengers...

Findings to be shared at open day

Dunedin school pupils involved in this year’s research project at Tomahawk Lagoon will share their findings with the community during a ‘‘Show and Tell’’...

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