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Football club plans major upgrade

The plans have been drawn for Roslyn Wakari AFC's clubroom redevelopment. The clubroom, in Frasers Rd, is to undergo a $300,000 makeover which will extend...

Low glare street lights likely

Shielded, low glare, amber LED lights may be installed in certain parts of Dunedin to protect the city's wildlife. The Dunedin City Council is considering...

Conservation Week activity starts Monday

People keen to get involved in conservation but not sure where to start may get some ideas from the Conservation Week exhibition at the...

The Chills top bill at Vogel St Party

Dunedin rock royalty will top the bill as the Vogel St Party returns to the city's calendar next month. Riding a new wave of success...

Teething issues on cycleway

Lines will be painted around garden plots on the shared cycleway between Portobello and Broad Bay to make the gardens easier to see in...

E-scooter health effects studied by polytech students

Next time you hop on an e-scooter, make sure you wash your hands afterwards. A group of Otago Polytechnic third-year nursing students conducted a research...

Deportee slams Govt for delay

A former immigrant fighting for unpaid wages earned in Dunedin is slamming the Government for the time it took to investigate his now bankrupt...

Way to silence noisy ships found

Port Otago's chief executive has returned from Denmark with a solution to silence noisy ships. Earlier this year, residents in the area complained about the...

Transgender woman follows dream

It's impossible to pigeonhole Dunedin transgender woman Jenny Kendrick. Her range of talents include ambassador, artist, Buddhist, catwalk model, comedian, dancer, Lions Club member and...

Dunedin Marathon

The Dunedin Marathon was held on Sunday. More than 2300 people walked and ran 42km, 21km, 10km and 5km events, which each finished in Forsyth...

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