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Volunteers needed for Gore clean-up

Volunteering Otago is seeking volunteers to help their Southland neighbours. The organisation launched an appeal on Monday to get people from Dunedin to Gore to...

Historic horse trough mystery yet to be solved

An investigation has been launched to solve a mystery of the history of a historic horse trough uncovered on Otago Peninsula. Fulton Hogan senior bid...

Road once took its toll on travellers

A "prohibitive" toll once paid by commuters in Portobello Rd was an "unpopular" piece of the Otago Peninsula's transport history. Otago Peninsula Community Board chairman...

Community board wants speed humps to stay

The West Harbour Community Board is opposed to the recommended removal of temporary speed humps at Te Ngaru, near Aramoana. Installed 18 months ago in...

Board considers access to Long Beach Domain

Access for vehicles to Long Beach Domain was a hot topic for residents and board members at last week's West Harbour Community Board meeting. Long...

Descendants of two soldiers being sought

A search is on for descendants of two soldiers buried in a Dunedin cemetery. New Zealand Remembrance Army member Lox Kellas said he and fellow...

Dunedin buzzing : Visitors bring economic boost

Dunedin has been "singing in the rain" as the city buzzes with tens of thousands of good-humoured visitors. Up to 120,000 visitors are expected to...

Games numbers up

Nearly 5000 athletes are competing in Dunedin this week. The New Zealand Masters Games, an annual multisport event, officially opened in the city on Saturday...

ED expecting more patients due to events

Dunedin Hospital's emergency department is expecting more patients, given the increased number of people in the city for major events over the next week. A...

Dunedin buzzing : word on the street

Reporter Shawn McAvinue strolled lower Stuart St and the Octagon on Wednesday  morning and asked people three questions. Q1: Why are you in Dunedin? Q2: How...
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