Burglars are targeting expensive items left in North Dunedin
flats as most students leave the city for summer.
Less than a month before Christmas, the need across the city
is greater this year, Dunedin charities say.
You could almost hear a pin drop in North Dunedin this time
of year as thousands of tertiary students head home for the
A colouring-in craze has taken over Dunedin, with adults
buying colouring books in droves.
The plight of Dunedin children living in poverty has inspired
a concerned group of local people to roll up their sleeves
and offer practical help.
As the number of ethnic grocery stores in Dunedin burgeons,
competition becomes stiffer, but more outlets mean increased
diversity, one retailer says.
When Dunedin husband and wife Brendan and Emily Boniface had
their son River four years ago, they discovered a gap in the
market for boys' clothing.
Gun shop owners in Dunedin say the private sale of firearms
in Dunedin is ''thriving'' and tougher restrictions need to
be introduced to try to combat the problem.
John Matheson, an orthopaedic surgeon who retired last week
after a 35-year career at Dunedin Hospital, believes a bit of
obsession goes a long way in surgery.
A national decline in demand for Plunket's car-seat service
will force the closure of the thriving Dunedin branch by the
end of next year.
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