The future of the Dunedin Night Shelter hangs in the balance,
as trustees face a deadline for the sale of the Lees St
The number of religious Dunedin residents has decreased,
according to the 2013 Census, but it may not mean the end of
religion, as Greta Yeoman discovers.
Otago homes could soon be a lot warmer with the Otago
Community Trust giving an extra $400,000 to a home insulation
History has been re-created by a group of Otago Polytechnic
Dunedin woman Lesley McTainish is feeling fitter and
healthier after starting Sport Otago's Green Prescription
programme at the beginning of this year.
Severe flooding in Dunedin this month delivered a hammer blow
to some conservation groups and some of their projects will
take years to fully recover.
Susan Roberts knows just how important it is to buckle up in
Dunedin is about to experience a unique annual marine
spectacle, as large octopuses arrive in droves to breed and
The Star's campaign to find the oldest cat in Dunedin has
come up trumps this week.
The annual Octacan appeal is a vital component of the
Presbyterian Support Otago Family Works foodbank supply, as
ever-increasing demand puts pressure on the service.
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