There has been nowhere to hide for Otago ITM Cup rugby
players during the past three seasons as their every move is
closely monitored by the latest technology.
Margie Fox (54) has not been clothes shopping in 10 years.
She finds it an uncomfortable experience, and has only hit
George St now to find a dress for her son's wedding.
Investment rental properties are enticing more buyers to
Dunedin but real estate companies say the majority of homes
sold in the city are bought by locals wanting to upgrade or
Memorialising pets is becoming big business in Dunedin, with
up to 50 pets cremated in the city a week.
The ground-breaking collaboration between Dunedin Youth Link
and the South Dunedin Social Sector Trial is having positive
results for the city's young job seekers and attracting
Maureen Bretherton, of Dunedin, estimates she had only weeks
left to live when she received a new liver from an organ
donor in August last year.
Mostafa Alwash (24) moves like a Kiwi, speaks like a Kiwi,
but has that undeniable suggestion of otherness - a past
beyond the bucolic islands of North and South.
How much quality time spent with your spouse or partner is
It has been another great week on the
fundraising front for the Dunedin Night Shelter Trust, with
$12,615 in donations, including one very generous $10,000
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