A patch of unused ground at Bathgate Park School is to be
transformed into a large community garden for the people of
Celtic, Gypsy, rockabilly and jazz music, along with the
joyous sights and sounds of Brazilian samba, will come
together in an eclectic mix at this year's Whare Flat Folk
A major community project will transform Dunedin's
harbourside cycleway corridor into a community recreation and
exercise zone during the next three years.
An unusual approach to Christmas has allowed southern
accountancy firm WHK to donate $16,500 to southern food banks
After 15 years of doing battle with dodgy door-to-door sales
people and fighting for the rights of Dunedin consumers,
Dunedin Citizens Advice Bureau stalwart Noel Angus (83) is
putting his feet up.
Dunedin man Derek Morrison's love affair with the city's vast
coastline has given rise to an extraordinary photographic
project during the past year.
Light, space and neatly arranged artefacts greet visitors to
Port Chalmers Maritime Museum now that stage one of the
museum's redevelopment is complete.
It may be hard to get to and in need of repair, but Pilot's
Wharf at the Aramoana spit could be a boon for tourism,
A Dunedin falls prevention programme run by Age Concern Otago
is to lose vital ACC funding.
About 100 belly dance and drumming practitioners from
throughout New Zealand and Australia will descend on the city
from April 13 to 16 for the annual national event, being held
in Dunedin for the first time.
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