Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

WW2 seaman honoured by Russia

WW2 seaman honoured by Russia

At the age of just 13, Dunedin man John Foster was signing up to do his bit in one of the most dangerous arenas of World War 2 - the merchant navy.

Police hoping to extend youth programme across city

Police hoping to extend youth  programme across city

The Rangatahi Fitness Leadership Programme is aimed at extending pupils' physical and mental capability with a focus on goal-setting, leadership and teamwork to help break down barriers between youth and police. Samantha McPherson reports.

Helping any way they can

Helping any way they can

Reporter Carla Green speaks to the family of Nicola Weir, who was supported by the Otago Community Hospice before she died of cancer last year. The Weir family are now doing their bit to help the hospice.

Trying to keep the noise down

Trying to keep the noise down In the past year, the city's noise control team dealt with 3625 complaints, around one-third of which were in North Dunedin.

Conference boost for museum's profile

Conference boost for museum's profile

A national Museums Aotearoa Conference, being held mainly at the Otago Museum next week, will attract more than 230 participants, a record for the event.

No damaged stone left unturned

No damaged stone left unturned

Dunedin's Municipal Chambers is getting a spruce-up.

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