residents will not be taking part in an online voting trial
at next year's local body elections.
The long and colourful story of a seven-inch gun, once part
of Dunedin's coastal defences at Fort Taiaroa, took another
turn when it arrived at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum by
Koffie Fugah (above, right) and the Yexoese Drummers get the
crowd moving at the World Peace Day festival at Forsyth
Barr Stadium yesterday.
The Saturday Morning Music Classes’ demonstration concert in
the Dunedin Town Hall yesterday included performances ranging
from small groups to an item featuring several hundred
Dozens of bronzed, statuesque figures filled the College of
Education auditorium on Saturday.
Donning a helmet, a high vis jacket and climbing aboard a
scooter yesterday gave Sue Bidrose a ''front line''
perspective of what her parking officers do.
Dunedin music institution the Oxo Cubans are celebrating
their 21st birthday next month with two concerts at the
Mayfair Theatre, in South Dunedin.
The final night of Otago Polyfest 2015 at the Edgar Centre,
featuring secondary schools, Waitaki Boys and Girls, Otago
Boys and Girls and Kings and Queens High School.
ODT racing writer Matt Smith previews the weekend's racing
A waste truck stolen in Dunedin on Tuesday morning has been
found in Christchurch.
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