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Busking festival returns to South D

Spread the word! The South Dunedin Busking Festival is back for another year. The event will be held for the third time after the huge success...

Thirty years of catering to scrap metal needs

A division of a Dunedin business has a been part of the city's landscape for more than 30 years. Rollo Metals (Dunedin) Ltd had a...

Six stunning properties to view

Otago Girls' High School's Amazing Spaces House and Garden Tour is back. This year, there are six stunning properties to view from East Taieri...

Huge convoy of trucks ready to roll around special rig circuit this Sunday

Even after 27 years, Special Rigs for Special Kids remains a unique, community-focused occasion. Happening this Sunday, the event will again see a huge convoy...

Garden task equippers

Green Island Mower Centre We might seem small from the outside, but we do a lot of the bigger tasks on the inside. The friendly team...

Making sense of modern cameras

Digital Photography for Beginners   After decades in photography, Brian Miller converted to a digital camera in 2005. In 2008 he wrote a pocket guidebook Digital...

Fair promises bargains and activities for all

From 11am this Saturday, St Peter Chanel School and parish invite you to their annual fair. There will be bouncy castles, pony rides, toys, candy floss,...

Easing teens gradually towards independence

Making the change from supported living to independent living is a huge moment in a teenager’s life. The way teenagers experience this varies from planned...

Garden a way to connect

The Garden Project is ready to grow another year of connections and vegetables, organisers say. The garden, located at Musselburgh School, was originally set up...

Reminisce and dip an oar in the water

North End Rowing Club will hold its 125th celebrations in October next year. On Friday, October 20, 2017 evening drinks and nibbles at NERC will...

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