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Takeaway business owners say ‘time to go’

A Dunedin couple has wrapped up a nearly 33-year career serving takeaways. Chingwah Cheung opened Maori Hill Takeaways in a block of shops at 575...

Annual Creekfest rolls out Sunday

Feel good sounds and "creeky fun" will be the order of the day for the fourth annual Creekfest community event. Hosted by the Valley Project...

Practice nurse advises vaccination for students

As families across New Zealand mark the end of the school year and begin preparations for sending their young adults to university, health experts...

Pressure off as exams wrap up

Tertiary students have put away their study notes after the final University of Otago exams finished last week. About 14,000 university students sat about 500...

Grants designed to connect people

The Dunedin City Council grants subcommittee recently allocated $300,000 in funding to seven "place-based" community groups across the city. The funding, which ranges from...

Fatigue reveals MND diagnosis

Clumsiness, tripping and fatigue were the first signs that all was not well for Paul Dennehy (53). The principal corrections officer, union man and volunteer...

Pool delay blamed on turnover

Three years ago, the slogan "Togs On November 2019" announced when people should expect a new pool facility to open in Mosgiel. That deadline is...

‘Mad Dash to the Haast’ ready to go

History is set to repeat as a fleet of vintage cars get set to recreate an "epic" journey departing Dunedin tomorrow. Mad Dash To The...

Girl’s hair chopped for charity

A Dunedin girl lost her beloved locks for a good cause on Saturday. Aoife Sievwright (11) had nearly 40cm of her long blond hair chopped...

Waikouaiti ‘rapt’ over funding grant

The Dunedin City Council grants subcommittee recently allocated $300,000 in funding to seven "place-based" community groups across the city. The funding, which ranges from...

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