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Bird feeder hygiene often overlooked

Wild Life column by Wildlife Hospital Trust manager Jordana Whyte. As of late, world events have really hit home the importance of good hygiene when...

‘A few more families needed in Middlemarch’

THE VOICE COLUMN The pandemic is still here but with caution we can survive and it just shows when put in a tight spot we...

Lack of licence barrier to getting work

The economic impact of Covid hasn't been as bad - yet - feared. It's certainly been bad enough, though, and the usual folks are going...

New and existing projects bearing fruit

It's been a busy few months for the board and the community over recent months with new and existing projects coming to fruition. The Te...

Thrilled to get an update on the Mosgiel pool

THE VOICE COLUMN Hard to believe it's July already! As we have all experienced, these have been trying times for many in a variety of ways. From...

Carcass dumping and landfill need attention

THE VOICE COLUMN Gee whizz, so we are well through the year now, aren't we? Some great frosts are leading to some beautiful days. Something that grabbed...

Stitch in time for birdlife

Getting stitches for a minor wound is probably a pretty common experience, and perhaps even a rite of passage in some circles. And while it's...

Farewell and thank you – nga mihi nu

"Self care . . ." she prompted gently. "What does self-care look like for you?," my work-place consellor asked. "Umm . . . family, friends, good...

Visit Dunedin’s north coast

THE VOICE COLUMN So here we are at Level 1, and it is an opportune time to start looking at what the north coast area...

Subsidies will run out, that temporary Covid dole with disappear

Dunedin jobs are being lost, and are likely to continue being lost for the next six months at least. The closed shops on George St...
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