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Mosgiel folk welcome at city’s Christmas lunch

Organisers of the giant annual Dunedin Community Christmas Dinner at Dunedin Town Hall will open their hearts to people from across the city, including...

Corstorphine hub bonds community

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...

Protesters take part in mock oil drilling

Anti-oil protesters performed a mock gas drilling in the Octagon last week. Oil Free Otago and Extinction Rebellion members, dressed in high-vis vests and hard...

Peninsula halls to get grants for running costs

A couple of halls on Otago Peninsula are set to get grants to cover running costs. Dunedin City Council community and civic property officer Maria...

Family-friendly Christmas party on

Dunedin residents can celebrate Christmas early with a community party next week. Nations Church, in South Dunedin, is hosting a free, family-friendly Christmas party at...

Bus laden with Xmas toys

Dunedin children donated toys and treats so families in need"get the same Christmas as everyone else" last week. Presbyterian Support Otago's (PSO) annual Stock the...

Scholarship recipient reports on voyage of discovery

Earlier this year, the Otago Peninsula Community Board gave Bayfield High School pupil Tasman Charteris-Wright (18) a $300 scholarship to go on a Spirit...

Accident, ‘near misses’ spur plea from riders

A recent accident and a spate of "near misses" have prompted local horse riders to call for drivers to take more care when passing...

Demolition halted

Prominent city landmark the Highgate Presbyterian Church has been saved from demolition – for now. Planned demolition of the Maori Hill church was halted after...

Success allows pair to do ‘what we love doing’

A pair of Dunedin friends have united to unchain their creativity in a new food shop venture in the central city. Princes Street Butcher and...
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