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Clinic ‘learned to adapt quickly’

Adapting quickly to the disruption caused by Covid-19 and providing emergency support for clients has been a major focus for Audiology South in Moray...

Knox congregation spread far and wide

People from across New Zealand and as far afield as Scotland and Portugal have been tuning in to Knox Church's online services during the...

Cathedral dean embraces opportunity to extend online

From leading online services from a spare-room chapel, to building a virtual St Paul's Cathedral in the online world of Minecraft, Dunedin's Anglican cathedral...

Hospice shops open for awareness week

As the country settles in to the freedoms and restrictions of Covid-19 Alert Level 2, the Otago Community Hospice has reopened its hospice shops...

There be pirates

Once you have finished reading Star there are many further uses for it, as the Bell family found out last week. Denver (6 months)...

Community board submissions

The six Dunedin community boards have made submissions on what they would like included in the Dunedin City Council's forthcoming financial year. The Star...

Tough times for tourism

Many tears have been shed, but Dunedin's tourism operators are showing strength and resilience as they scramble to adjust to a massive drop in...

Pupils enjoy bubble school

"Bubble school" may be different for St Clair School pupils, but most have enjoyed it. School principal Jen Rodgers told The Star on Thursday there...

Peninsula marketing focus likely to ‘pivot’

After much planning and debate, the Otago Peninsula Trust has finalised some new, locally-focused offerings, with the aim of bringing Dunedin people to its...

Early season finish for adventure tourism operator

An adventure tourism business has been forced into its quiet months earlier than normal due to the lockdown. Wild Earth Adventures, in East Taieri, provides...
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