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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.

City in international spotlight

Dunedin is in the spotlight.

Big rise in inmate treatment rate

Big rise in inmate treatment rate

Otago prisoners are among the rising number of inmates taking drug and alcohol treatment programmes.