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Let’s lock in the gains we made in recent weeks

Everywhere I go in Dunedin I see handmade signs. Leaning up against lamp posts thanking essential workers; in the window across the road from my...

Taieri residents have been outstanding

THE VOICE COLUMN Covid-19 has changed our world over the last two months. Thankfully by following good advice, taking prompt action and through the commitment of...

New respect for the ‘local rag’

By GAVIN ELLIS Thousands will no longer refer to the community newspaper that appears in their letterbox as "the local rag". They have a new-found respect...

Reach out for support

THE VOICE COLUMN We hope that all are enjoying this simply incredible spell of amazing weather - it has been a challenging recent few weeks...

Zooming takes on whole new meaning for us

THE VOICE COLUMN When I was a young lad in Scotland the terms "zoom" and "zooming" related to my ability on a bicycle. Where I lived...

Thank you for your sacrifice

COLUMN This week I’ve delivered Meals on Wheels through St Barnabas Rest Home twice to a group of mostly older people who are among the...

Shadow over the Taieri Gorge train

THE VOICE COLUMN Summer has finally arrvied in the Strath Taieri and while it hasn't been the best season we've seen, neither has it been...

Waitangi Day celebrations highlight history

The Voice: Otago Peninsula Community Board chairman Paul Pope. When you live on the Otago Peninsula, you are living in a rich cultural and historical...

Outram Glen upgrade on community board’s radar

THE VOICE COLUMN Two months into the year and your community board has been busy, advocating for you, from listening to individual residents' concerns, to...

Freedom camping still top of mind

THE VOICE COLUMN This year is certainly well under way had one formal meeting as well as a workshop to work on our community plan...
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