A 22-year-old man has been arrested for drink-driving after a
mangled car was discovered crashed into a power pole in
A social services leader says Dunedin is still lagging behind
despite a Dunedin City Council report highlighting the
creation of 780 jobs in the city.
After six years of declining student numbers at the
University of Otago, it is a renter's market in the most
popular student streets of North Dunedin. Carla Green reports
on what that means for landlords, and for students.
A lack of information about incoming Syrian refugees is
causing concern among the Dunedin's mental health community.
Physically disabled young people will have the chance to try
surfing, boogie boarding, kayaking and stand-up paddle
boarding this month.
Dianne Madill is feeling the ‘‘luuurve''.
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