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Hand-made clothes message spreading

Hand-made clothes message spreading

From galleries to the chests of Dunedin's trendiest residents, Jon Thom's artwork is making its mark on the city.

Military tattoo suggested

Military tattoo suggested

A Scottish military tattoo at Forsyth Barr Stadium could rejuvenate interest in Dunedin's settlement history, Dunedin city councillor Neville Peat says.

Dozens turn out for association fundraiser

Dozens turn out for association fundraiser

Extra chromosomes were celebrated at an Otago Down Syndrome Association picnic in Dunedin yesterday.

Visitors arrested after violent incidents

Visitors arrested after violent incidents

Three visitors have been arrested after alleged assaults on Queenstown residents in the resort at the weekend.

Rugby lads in fashion mode

Rugby lads in fashion mode

Hips out and heads high, four Otago rugby players experienced a different style of training yesterday.

Taieri pupils taking part in triathlon

More than 100 Taieri pupils will take part in today's Dunedin Primary and Intermediate Schools Triathlon.

Club honours tireless volunteer

Club honours tireless volunteer

Few do more for their community than Colleen Blackler.

Ladies' night serves up beefcake

Ladies' night serves up beefcake

Ravishing rascals The Beefcake Boys are preparing to entertain Taieri women at a Mosgiel Memorial RSA fundraiser this month.

City film for festival

Dunedin will feature in a short film selected for the inaugural Maoriland Film Festival in Otaki this month.

Down the hatch

Down the hatch

Pieter Brits, of Dunedin law firm Downie Stewart, devours a fresh Bluff oyster at a fundraiser for the city's neonatal intensive care unit yesterday.