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Council vets Dog Rescue

Council vets Dog Rescue

An animal rescue charity has been told it must not speak about the Dunedin City Council without prior approval or it could lose access to condemned dogs at the pound.

Heeding the `call' for a different experience

Heeding the `call' for a different experience

Dunedin family is skipping summer this year and heading for Nepal.

30 years helping single mothers comes to end

30 years helping single mothers comes to end

Catholic Social Services social worker Jill Wright is retiring after 30 years of helping Dunedin's single mothers.

'Tis the season to be wary

'Tis the season to be wary With the busy Christmas shopping period in full swing, shoplifting is expected to increase and Dunedin shopkeepers are being warned to remain vigilant.

From moderator to master of Knox

From moderator to master of Knox

Dunedin's Knox College has a new master.

Three Dunedinites among `local heroes'

Three Dunedinites among `local heroes'

Three Dunedin residents were honoured for doing exceptional things as part of the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards 2015.

Council takes action against dog owners

Council takes action against dog owners

The Dunedin City Council has contacted 400 dog owners about unpaid registration fees and is now sending some dogs to the pound.

Seeding salmon stocks

Seeding salmon stocks

More than half a million baby salmon will be released in the Water of Leith this season as the Dunedin Community Salmon Trust expands its programme.

Movable feast

Movable feast

A new era has begun for the annual Dunedin Community Christmas Dinner, which will be hosted at the Dunedin Town Hall for the first time this year.

Special rigs founder humbled, overawed

Special rigs founder humbled, overawed

Twenty-three years ago Dunedin earthmover Greg Inch founded ''Special Rigs for Special Kids'' as a way of giving back to the community.

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