Shawn McAvinue

'Extremely valued' presents

'Extremely valued' presents

Pitcairn Scout Group members (clockwise from front left) Austen Dustow (9), Josiah Trounson (10), Fletcher Moore (10), Christopher Caulton (8) and Aidan Hurd-Vial (9) in Dunedin yesterday with presents for Presbyterian Support Otago Family Works.

Humans no match for bugs' strength

Humans no match for bugs' strength

For strength and spring, the girls beat the boys in Dunedin yesterday but the insects beat them all.

Kindergarten pets returned

Kindergarten pets returned

Tears of joy and a sign celebrating the safe return of Snowball and Mischief greeted Mosgiel kindergarten pupils yesterday.

Another brick on the wall

Another brick on the wall

Dunedin artist Nick Austin paints bricks on the Dunedin Public Art Gallery ''big wall'' yesterday.

Care workers return

Care workers return

The insults have stopped and the suspended Anglican Family Care staff returned to work yesterday and provided social services in Otago, the union secretary says.

New mural recalls history

New mural recalls history

A Dunedin mural has caused some onlookers to reminisce and another to recoil in apprehension.

Project puts 'fair' back into Fairfield

Project puts 'fair' back into Fairfield

A formerly untidy part of Fairfield looks wonderful, following a beautification project.

Gifts flood induring Food Bank drive

Gifts flood induring Food Bank drive

The squeal from fire engine, police car and ambulance sirens signalled another screamer for the Mosgiel Community Food Bank drive.

Beach safety message

Beach safety message

Beach Education programme head instructor Zoe Lenagh-Glue taught surf and sun safety to year 3 and 4 Silverstream School pupils earlier this month.

Pay dispute: staff to return to work after suspension

Pay dispute: staff to return to work after suspension

Staff embroiled in a pay dispute at Anglican Family Care will return to work today after they were suspended without pay.