Redevelopment at the Regent Theatre has reached fever-pitch
with just 10 weeks remaining before the doors reopen for the
first public event in 10 months - the International Film
February is shaping up as an exciting month at the Dunedin
Gasworks Museum, where trustees and volunteers are putting
the finishing touches to the restored fitting shop.
Dunedin great-grandmother Dawn Ibbotson (95) was 13 years old
when the magnificent Regent Theatre auditorium was built in
The hard work and commitment of Dunedin screen printer Cory
Pollard during several years of training has earned him the
accolade of screen printing apprentice of the year for 2009.
The decision by the Dunedin City Council (DCC) to delay the
Dunedin Town Hall redevelopment by a year has once again
caught regular users by surprise, with the City of Dunedin
Choir calling it a "staggering" move.
ive young Dunedin designers are among 31 finalists from 10
countries to be named as finalists for the 2010 iD Dunedin
Emerging Designer Awards.
Partnership between the Malcam Trust and Pact is providing
paid work and valuable trade skills for a group of young
Sexual violence in New Zealand is significantly
under-reported, with just 9 per cent of assaults reported,
but it is our most costly crime with an estimated social cost
of $1.2 billion per year.
A delicate operation to begin the careful process of
straightening a building went without a hitch at the Dunedin
Gasworks Museum on Monday.
Filming a documentary about human dissection was a
challenging, but ultimately life-affirming, experience for
A fresh start from familiar foundations
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