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Olveston benefits from Hudson generosity

A painting by the architect who designed Dunedin's stately Olveston Historic Home has found a new home. The early 20th-century painting, depicting architect and painter...

Elderly concerns before census day

A Dunedin group has raised concerns about older adults' accessibility to the census. The 2018 census is due to be held on March 6, and...

Team to ensure students OK

This Orientation Week, the guys and girls in orange are here to help. About 100 Are You OK? volunteers were at O Week events to...

Tough stand on intruders

The Cargill's Castle Trust and police are getting tough on trespassers at the clifftop site above St Clair. Trust chairman Steven de Graaf is frustrated...

Pony club needs new grounds

A "battleworn" Dunedin pony club is seeking a new home. Saddleview Pony Club president Louise Lawrence, vice-president and head coach Kathy Fuller and treasurer Nicki...

Couple’s Model T world tour in aid of orphans

Dunedin is the latest stop for a retired Dutch couple on a nearly 130,000km trip around the world in a car more than 100...

Lock flats ‘simplest safety message’

Lock your flats. That is the "simplest safety message" to University of Otago students, university proctor Dave Scott says. "If students did this one simple task...

Marking 25 years of Crest train

Riding around Dunedin Botanic Garden aboard the little blue Crest Community Express train has been a long-standing rite of passage for local youngsters. This week,...

‘Blown away’ by surprise support crew

A Dunedin paramedic was "blown away" by the surprise support crew who travelled to Christchurch to watch him finish the Coast to Coast last...

Pregnancy scan camera ban grief

A ban on the use of cameras during pregnancy ultrasound scans is robbing families of documenting precious moments, a pregnant Dunedin woman says. Emma van...
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