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Shortcut Rd residents seek end to through traffic

Using Shortcut Rd may save motorists some time, but residents want it split into two due to "grave concerns" about pedestrian safety. Resident Chris Linsell...

Call to update building code

  The Government needs to update the building code in order to improve accessibility, a Dunedin City Council adviser says. Council principal adviser on building solutions...

City walkabout to highlight access issues

Dunedin disability advocates will give Dunedin city and Otago regional councillors, staff and contractors a taste of the daily challenges they face during an...

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Fringe to celebrate 20 years of festivity

Established artists and emerging talent will grace 45 performance and visual arts spaces across Otepoti as the Dunedin Fringe Festival celebrates 20 years in...

Crowd bows to Queen and Lambert

REVIEW: QUEEN AND ADAM LAMBERT Forsyth Barr Stadium Monday, February 10. Reviewed by Shawn McAvinue A packed house under the roof at Forsyth Barr Stadium wanted it all,...

Business

All stalls full for Thieves’ Alley day

  The annual Thieves' Alley Market Day is a sell-out. Dunedin City Council community events co-ordinator Marilyn Anderson said the market was "organised chaos". All 250 stalls...

Buses in car parks irk business owners

Business owners are slamming the Dunedin City Council for its lack of notice of removing car parks in Moray Pl. Nude Skin and Beauty owner...

Sports

Coast to Coast

The Coast to Coast, a running, cycling and kayaking event, was held at the weekend....

Post-run

Run the Runway participants (from left) Joshua Scott (12), of Dunedin, Tim Marshall, Oliver Marshall...

Togs please

Siblings Lewis (8) and Libby (6) Maclennan give swimming goggles and a cap to the...

Brass Monkey Rally planning swan song

The final Brass Monkey Rally will be held this year. Rally committee member John Willems, of Dunedin, said The Otago Motorcycle Club's 40th rally on...

Shared pathway work will require patience

THE VOICE COLUMN It's a brand new year for the West Harbour Community Board, and we are looking forward to working with our local community. Some...

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