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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.

Retail fashion boom in city

Retail fashion boom in city

Retail fashion in Dunedin is going from strength to strength.

Festival-goers welcomed with love

Festival-goers welcomed with love

Two hours of ''entertainment foreplay'' left hundreds of Dunedin residents wanting more at the gala opening of the Dunedin Fringe Festival last night.

Student quarter accident a 'timely reminder'

Student quarter accident a 'timely reminder'

A Dunedin schoolgirl is treated by ambulance staff in the middle of State Highway 1 (Cumberland St) at the intersection of Dundas St in the city's student quarter yesterday.

Less is more for trail riders

Riders will dare to bare all in a clothing-optional bicycle event in Middlemarch on Sunday.

Courthouse contract likely let this month

A contract to upgrade Dunedin's historic courthouse is likely to be awarded at the end of the month.

362 sign Corstorphine bus petition

362 sign Corstorphine bus petition

A petition about the Corstorphine bus service has attracted 362 signatures and is being considered by the Otago Regional Council.

Parking fines likely to exceed $1.5m

Parking fines likely to exceed $1.5m

Motorists in Dunedin continue to fork out for parking fines.