A not-for-profit fruit and vegetable-buying initiative is
back in Dunedin for a second year and looking to build on its
Sophia Taing has never visited the country her parents fled
from almost 30 years ago.
The flood damage has been repaired and new furniture and
equipment is being installed at the Ministry of Social
Development's South Dunedin Service Centre, which will reopen
Police are urging motorists to keep an eye out for children
as schools begin to reopen for 2016.
Returning to his home country to help with the refugee crisis
was a special task for one Dunedin priest.
While many of the world's cities - including Auckland - are
considering vertical grave plots, it seems Dunedin has plenty
of room for its dead.
It's raining kittens at the Otago SPCA this summer, as the
mostly warm and dry weather is the perfect conditions for
Dunedin's homegrown Lilliput Libraries system is going from
strength to strength and hopes to have 40 miniature libraries
running by the middle of the year.
FoodShare's Deborah Manning - a former corporate lawyer -
loves data, especially when it tells a fascinating story of
need and growth in Dunedin.
Self-restraint in water usage is the only way Dunedin will
get through the summer without enforcing water restrictions,
the Dunedin City Council says.
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