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Traffic management port focus

Traffic management will be a key part of Port Otago's review of the cruise ship season. The last cruise ship of the season, Sirena is...

Anglican bishop retires

After seven years as the Anglican bishop of the diocese of Dunedin, the Rt Rev Dr Kelvin Wright is stepping down. Dr Wright, who was previously...

SPCA rebuild underway

The rebuild of SPCA Otago's Opoho site is under way and "really exciting", general manager Sophie McSkimming says. The organisation had been waiting for final...

Al fresco poetry

On the city's infrequent warm summer days, Poems in the Waiting Room co-ordinator Ruth Arnison and artist Sheryl McCammon work adorning the concrete seating/steps...

Human trafficking NZ issue too: expert

Human trafficking is not just a problem for other countries, a New Zealand human-trafficking specialist says. Dr Rebecca Miller, who works as the programme manager...

Warrington inundated with freedom campers

As the Dunedin City Council looks at opening up new areas for freedom camping, to ease the pressure on Warrington Domain, some local residents...

Head teacher retiring after 36 years at kindy

After spending most of her days surrounded by toddlers and children, Anne Sparrow is retiring to a quieter life with her husband, John. Mrs Sparrow...

Check smoke alarms, chimneys

The Fire Service is encouraging people to check the batteries in their smoke alarms as daylight saving comes to an end. East Otago fire risk...

Week-long celebration of diversity on campus

Cupcakes, self-defence and board games are just some of the fun lined up for Diversity Week, OUSA Queer Support co-ordinator Hahna Briggs says. The week-long...

Stay sharp for a fun day out

Best-dressed wheelbarrows, fair games and a heavily competitive tug-of-war competition are just some of the activities on the schedule for next Sunday's Blueskin Agricultural and...

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