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Avid tramper ‘one of the lucky ones’.

On the eve of his 91st birthday, Mosgiel man Doug Moir is vowing to continue to dance, pipe and tramp. In 1989, as his retirement...

Historic bus shelter in peril

A public meeting has been called to save a 1920s Maori Hill bus shelter from destruction. The Dunedin City Council has earmarked the bus stop, at...

Dunedin technician keen ‘to travel as far south as possible’

Dunedin man Oliver Redshaw is set to serve on the Royal New Zealand Navy's biggest ship. The leading marine technician was part of the inaugural...

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Arts

Widower to launch wife’s poetry book

A widower is set to launch a book of his wife's award-winning poetry in central Dunedin tomorrow. Neville Carr, of Roslyn, said his wife Elizabeth...

Regent books sold through pop-up shop

The Regent Theatre and Central Rotary Club launch a pop-up fundraising book sale from today. The pop-up book sale, to be held in premises at the...

Business

City house values still increasing

Residential house values continue to rise in Dunedin, the latest QV price data reveals. QV property consultant Tom Patterson said the data showed strong value...

Largest second-hand bookseller right here

With 500,000 books in its catalogue, and customers around the world, the largest second-hand book retailer in New Zealand is right here in Dunedin. Occupying...

Sports

Honing old skills, developing new ones in ‘big fun day’

"A big fun day" is what Southern Zone Rugby League is promising to deliver these...

Club clinches grant for renovations

The Taieri Rugby Football Club is getting an upgrade. A project to replace the roof and...

Second shot at the top

Tai Tupou has been given a second chance at a professional rugby career. But he was...

Younger club members ‘keen as’

In a new series, motoring reporter Shawn McAvinue speaks to a member of a Dunedin motoring club. In the first of the series, he...

New and existing projects bearing fruit

It's been a busy few months for the board and the community over recent months with new and existing projects coming to fruition. The Te...

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