Ten thousand cans of hearty food are being sought by
Presbyterian Support Otago (PSO) for its annual midwinter
Dunedin's oldest commercial area - the historic warehouse
precinct - is the focus of an ambitious living history
project for Otago Polytechnic students.
A proposal by Co-housing Dunedin to take on a central city
site could make Dunedin just the second city in New Zealand
to host an active co-housing community.
A labour of love for Port Chalmers woman Carol Meikle, who
has spent years researching the town's links with Australia's
first saint, Mary MacKillop, who is known as Saint Mary of
the Cross, has led to the return of a treasure.
With winter just around the corner and families looking for
extra warmth, the Dunedin Citizens Advice Bureau is warning
people to be cautious when buying firewood.
To some people it's the height of culinary delight, while for
others the very thought of having it in the house is
The outpouring of public support for veterans on Anzac Day,
with thousands attending services throughout Dunedin, came as
the Returned and Services Association (RSA) faces a battle
February's sale of the United Services and Community Club
building means the Dunedin Returned and Services' Association
can ''really move forward'', after a year of consolidation
Regulars at the popular Otago Farmers Market will notice a
changing of the guard at the Havoc Pork stand.
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