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Pupils inspired to vote

Two Otago Girls’ High School pupils are busy researching candidates after being inspired to vote in Dunedin’s local elections. Molly-Rose Taylor (18) and Danni Cuthbertson...

Kitchen kings silver medal winners

King’s High School pupils Tom White and Felix McDonald sliced up the competition to win a silver medal in the final of the National...

Hot topic — the cycleway

The West Harbour cyclewaywalkway is by far the biggest issue in the minds of local residents ahead of the local body elections. All of the...

Hope to have new pool in 2019

Retiring Mosgiel Taieri Community Board chairman Bill Feather said the issue of a Mosgiel pool complex had been talked about for ‘‘at least 10...

Church offers hall for Kaikorai hub

Providing a space for Kaikorai residents to gather is the goal of Kaikorai Presbyterian Church parishioners, who are developing their hall into a hub. The...

OBHS chess champions

After six hours of intense concentration, the Otago Boys’ High School A chess team was named champion of the South Island Secondary Schools Chess...

Church offers hall for Kaikorai hub

Providing a space for Kaikorai residents to gather is the goal of Kaikorai Presbyterian Church parishioners, who are developing their hall into a hub. The...

Able to help animals in distress

Being called out to help a sick animal is both a difficult and a fulfilling task, SPCA Otago animal ambulance officer Simon McLachlan says. Mr...

Passengers unhappy with half-hour stop on route

A more-than-30-minute wait halfway around the Waverley bus route is frustrating passengers, bus advocates say. BusGo co-president Alex King said the recent changes to the...

Latest take on Vitara well-executed, tech-laden

There is often no obvious reason why some models in our fashionable but fickle compact SUV market are mega sales hits, while others that...

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