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Snap & Win family holiday photo competition

Summer is here and some of our readers have been sending in their photos to our Snap & Win Family Holiday Photo competition. The...

‘New and classic’ DVDs, CDs on offer

People who hire DVDs from Dunedin Public Libraries are keen on detective stories, murder mysteries and "Scandi noir", figures show. Collections manager Linda Geddes said,...

Dressed for the occasion

Poppy Smith (6), of Wellington, tries on some traditional Chinese garments at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum yesterday. The colourful costume rack is one...

Metal sculptures “just a bit of fun”

A humble man on Otago Peninsula is transforming scrap metal to works of art. Standing proudly outside Kevin and Karen Hutt's home in Harwood stands...

Pupils sample university life

Testing Fiordland deer for tuberculosis, getting an insight into how the criminal mind works, or learning to play jazz guitar - there was something...

Christmas Day duties: ‘It’s what we’ve got to do’

While most of us will be spending time with friends and family on Christmas Day, for some of Dunedin's emergency service staff it's business...

Tonnes of good cheer for town hall dinner

A giant Christmas tree and festive tables are taking shape at the Dunedin Town Hall, as final preparations are made for the Dunedin Community...

Pupils spend time in nature

Each week this year, Anderson's Bay School pupils have spent an afternoon in nature. Teacher Lizzie Potter said the pupils could roam the bush in...

Long way from the North Pole

Debra Miles, of Papanui Inlet Rd, kneels in an igloo she made out of milk containers, with husband Wayne. Mrs Miles said she used more...

RSA celebrates volunteer support

The vital support of volunteers in supporting the city's veterans and remembrance events was celebrated at last week's Dunedin RSA Christmas morning tea. Volunteers and...
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