Dunedin jeweller Lynn Kelly is taking some gardening leave,
having been appointed 2014 Auckland Council regional parks
artist in residence.
An illustrious visitor to Dunedin yesterday turned out to be
a hard case.
music phenomenon which imploded more than 30 years ago is set
to break box office records in Dunedin this week.
Queens High School pupil Brenna Cropley (14) performs live on
air at Otago Access Radio yesterday.
'Tis a day to sniff, sip and sigh.
It's absurd ... It's insane ... It's a Gauswheel!
Otago could benefit from a new strategic alliance announced
by the film industry this week.
Home is where the heart is for a Dunedin software company.
Dunedin residents are to be surveyed about their comings and
The Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival, which ended
yesterday, will be booked again next year after the
''resounding success'' of the inaugural event.
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