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Sea lion’s death will hurt species

The shooting of an 11-month-old sea lion pup near Portobello could impact the recovery of the New Zealand sea lion species, Department of Conservation...

Huge interest in beer, food festival

More than 6000 people will crowd into Forsyth Barr Stadium this weekend for the Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival. Event organiser Dan Hendra...

1000 groups to be surveyed

The increasing stresses on the community sector highlighted in the recent ComVoices 2016 State of the Sector survey are also being experienced in Dunedin....

Armistice Day service tomorrow at cenotaph

Armistice Day will be commemorated by the Dunedin RSA in a ceremony tomorrow at the Queens Gardens cenotaph. The service will commemorate the Armistice...

Traffic plan picks up pace

A plan to improve traffic flow, intersections, parking, pedestrian safety and bus stops is being developed in Green Island, with community input. Traffic and...

Moving on to new things

After 15 years as a leading advocate for older people in Dunedin, Age Concern Otago executive officer Susan Davidson is stepping down. Brenda Harwood...

Students helping city people

Otago Polytechnic Human Services students are making a difference in Dunedin, one community project at a time. Their ‘‘Kiwi Dreams’’ exhibition featured in the...

‘Big Value Xmas’ returns

A family fun day to promote creative, low-cost Christmas options returns for another year next week. The ‘‘Big Value Christmas’’ event will be held...

All aboard the Ronald McDonald train

An annual fundraiser will make tracks for the eighth year in a row on November 12. ' Without the public support and our sponsor support...

Cheers for house cameo role

Applause broke out in the Metro Cinema when Fletcher House appeared on screen in the opening scenes of The Light Between Oceans, in a...
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