Barbara Kendall says her graduation with a double degree from
Otago Polytechnic comes with a familiar sense of relief.
Major roadworks on a section of State Highway 1 at Pine Hill,
estimated to cost about $600,000, will begin on Monday.
Garments spanning decades of fashion are being brought out of
the closet for an inaugural vintage clothing sale in Dunedin
Today's Relay For Life opening ceremony will signify a
beginning and an end for Sue Oliver and her Oliver's Army
Scaffolding has been removed from the front of the former
Canton Restaurant premises in Princes St, Dunedin. The facade
is being restored to its former glory.
Dunedin fashion design graduate Emily Scott is preparing to
showcase her work, inspired by Christchurch's revival from
the earthquakes, to an international audience in Kuala
Zealand's Beige Brigade smashed its way to victory against
England's Barmy Army in Dunedin yesterday. Barmy Army tour
organiser Giles Wellington, of Barmouth, said team members
were ''drowning their sorrows'' at the pub last night.
Hyde St tenants will meet other keg party stakeholders today
to further discuss plans for this year's party.
Dunedin firefighters dealt with more couch and furniture
fires than usual during February, when tertiary education
students typically return to the city.
Dunedin's young fashion designers and artists have combined
to auction a custom leather jacket for charity LifeLine New
Zealand this month.
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