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Sims building and beach access discussed

Parking pressure in Port Chalmers, the fate of the Sims Building and the restriction of vehicle access to Long Beach Domain were discussed at...

Dunedin firefighters off to battle Aussie wildfire

Dunedin firefighters were among a crew deployed this week to battle a massive wildfire in Australia. A Fire and Emergency New Zealand (Fenz) spokeswoman said...

Ribbons of solidarity

Tying ribbons to symbolise solidarity with abuse survivors in Scotland on a gate at St Joseph's Cathedral in central Dunedin on Saturday (from left)...

Booming bunnies bold as brass

The "brazen" rabbit population is booming in Portobello, Otago Peninsula Community Board chairman Paul Pope says. "The place had gone mad white rabbits, brown rabbits,...

Boulders blocking grass access – ‘abomination’

The abrupt appearance of a row of boulders at Long Beach Domain, blocking vehicle access to a popular grassed area, has upset local residents. Long...

Dunedin Santa Parade

Thousands of revellers of all ages lined George and Princes Sts to watch nearly 80 floats and entertainers at the Dunedin Santa Parade on...

Tech allows real-time bus info

A trial has been launched to install technology in Macandrew Bay and North Dunedin to give bus users information on when their ride will...

Puncture problem on Portobello Rd

  Punctured tyres are "the nature of the beast" for motorists navigating roadworks on Otago Peninsula, a contractor says. Fulton Hogan senior project manager Brett Paterson,...

Dunedin’s Santa Parade just around the corner

Santa Claus is coming to town this week. People hoping to catch a glimpse of the big man in red can do so at Dunedin's...

Environmental programme shares learning with visitors

Education co-ordinators from the North Island visited Dunedin last week to gain an understanding of how a local environmental programme became so successful. Five guests,...
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