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Oh happy day, Lennox can play

A mother kept good on a promise as playgrounds reopened in Dunedin last week. Melissa Allnatt said playgrounds being shut in Alert Levels 4 and...

Level 2 appeal as students return

Otago Polytechnic opened its doors again this week, while University of Otago courses remain online until the end of the semester. As students make their...

Bustling tip open for business

Hedges and hair got the heave-ho after Dunedin entered Alert Level 2 last week. Ron McDonnell, of Waldronville, said he tore out a hedge from...

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Arts

‘Great first weekend’ for art, cultural institutions

Dunedin's major public art and cultural institutions reopened their doors on Saturday, welcoming visitors with new processes in place under Covid-19 Alert Level 2...

DCC venues deemed unaffordable

A high-level group of Dunedin arts, cultural and events organisations says the city's council venues are becoming unaffordable and too hard to access. The group...

Business

‘I’ll never forget how lucky we were’

They heard it through the grapevine - a Dunedin shop's freedom to sell its wine. Wine Freedom co-owner Paul Williams said when the nation entered...

New opportunities spring from pre-Covid work

Column: A word from . . . Enterprise Dunedin director John Christie. Otago had a challenge last year _ how to meet significant demand for...

Sports

Squad back as pool reopens

Swim Dunedin squads are back to training this week and although things are a little...

Athletics club second in virtual race

Formal races may have been out of the picture but Caversham athletes have still been...

Golfers swarm back to courses at Level 3

Dunedin golfers are "loving" being back on the course. Taieri Lakes Golf Course manager Paul Barlow...

Scooter riders thrilled to be back on the road

A Dunedin scooter run was full of surprises on Sunday. The Scooter Division is a casual group for riders of scooters, small motorcycles and mopeds,...

Let’s lock in the gains we made in recent weeks

Everywhere I go in Dunedin I see handmade signs. Leaning up against lamp posts thanking essential workers; in the window across the road from my...

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