State houses could be managed alongside the Dunedin City
Council's housing portfolio and other social housing
following changes announced by the Government last week.
A Dunedin charity shop has had to install security cameras in
an attempt to reduce the amount of rubbish being left at its
doors after hours.
Hospice OpShop Mosgiel doubled the size of its retail
operation yesterday by opening a second store just a few
doors away on Gordon Rd.
Over the past 24 years one family has been quietly going
about setting things right on Dunedin's coastline. The
Star reporter Dan Hutchinson takes a look at the work
being done to restore Moturata/Taieri Island to its former
Some residents alongside planned cycle routes are concerned
cyclists will actually be less safe on the roads.
The first rule of lantern making is - avoid going up in
A major engineering project designed to protect South Dunedin
from rising sea levels will not solve the problems many
residents already face.
Guerrilla warfare tactics will be used on any possums left
over from a major eradication campaign on Otago Peninsula.
Families of newborn babies in Dunedin Hospital's neo-natal
intensive care unit are the first to benefit from a new
charitable activity that combines corporate team building
Some state-housing tenants are slipping through the cracks
when it comes to getting proper insulation in their homes.
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