Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Clever mothers create te reo children’s book

Clever mothers create te reo children’s book

Wanting the best for their children and a lack of junior te reo books led two Dunedin mothers to start their own bilingual publishing company.

A garden’s calm calls after life’s hurly-burly

A garden’s calm calls after life’s hurly-burly

Those once young took to the fields and stadiums of Dunedin this week to compete in the Masters Games. David Loughrey attended two events, and found them ripe with important lessons about life.

More lifestyles suit city apartment living

More lifestyles suit city apartment living

Apartment living is on the rise in Dunedin with more people opting for an easy-care lifestyle on the back of a surge in heritage building conversions. Reporter Rhys Chamberlain looked into the sudden interest. 

Curiosity key for festival

Curiosity key for festival

The latest New Zealand International Science Festival will celebrate curiosity and the difference science makes in our lives.

Fruit and vege scheme growing on success

Fruit and vege scheme growing on success

A not-for-profit fruit and vegetable-buying initiative is back in Dunedin for a second year and looking to build on its success.

Parents’ journey an inspiration

Parents’ journey an inspiration

Sophia Taing has never visited the country her parents fled from almost 30 years ago.

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