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Community pantry a vision made real

A new community pantry is officially open in South Dunedin. The pantry was the brainchild of resident and Nations Church member Tania Campbell, who had...

Winter Warm Up to launch company

A "crazy" concert featuring "mental" musicians will launch a new Dunedin event promotions company next week. Drewdod Promotions founder Terry Bartlett, of Mosgiel, is preparing...

Morgan replica built half-scale

Jim Bennett, of Dunedin, talks to Shawn McAvinue about his half-scale replica Morgan three-wheeler toy car and supercharged Impulse racing car. What is the toy...

Octagon event hopes to reach great heights

A sea of red dresses will flood into the Octagon this Saturday for Dunedin's inaugural commemoration of "The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever". Organised by...

Support for church petition

Community concern about the uncertain future of Highgate Presbyterian Church in Maori Hill is gaining momentum, with a recently-launched petition gathering more than 800...

Cycling coast to coast for charity

Three secondary school pupilsĀ are set to take on the challenge of cycling from the east coast to the west coast. John McGlashan College year 13...

Environment biggest winner at local awards

The dedication of Dunedin people in a huge range of environmental and beautification projects was celebrated at last month's Keep Dunedin Beautiful Awards. Award winners...

Apples, honey most seized items at airport

Forbidden fruit and nectar are some of the nearly 1000 items seized and destroyed by border officials at Dunedin Airport in the past five...

Miniseries finance hunt

An Australian film-maker is on an international search for money to get his miniseries on the Bain family murders made. Abacus Multimedia co-owner and producer...

Pupil transport habits to be re-surveyed

The transport habits of Dunedin adolescents will be studied against the backdrop of the city's changing infrastructure as the Beats study ramps up. This week,...

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