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No major issues after legal high ban

No major issues after legal high ban

The synthetic cannabis ban appears to have mostly stubbed out sales of legal highs in Dunedin.

Dog handling 'one of the best jobs'

Dog handling 'one of the best jobs'

Spending hours tracking people who are trying to evade police forms part of a physically demanding yet rewarding role for police dog handler Constable Alan Duncan.

More state houses to be sold in city

More state houses to be sold in city

Housing New Zealand Corporation is preparing to sell another batch of Dunedin state houses.

Otago schools show the way

Otago schools show the way Dunedin and other Otago high school pupils are more likely to play sport and be active than anywhere else in the country.

Cupcake Day a sweet fundraiser for SPCA

Cupcake Day a sweet fundraiser for SPCA

Katherine Halkett has a sweet tooth.

Community rallies to help boy with leukaemia

Community rallies to help boy with leukaemia

The Corstorphine community is offering support after a 10-year-old local boy was diagnosed with leukaemia last week.

Local hub takes double hit

There are fears for the Corstorphine Community Hub after its popular Thursday soup kitchen shut last week.

Multitude of twins can cause double takes

Multitude of twins can cause double takes

Eight St Joseph's Cathedral School pupils have one thing in common - they make up an uncommonly large group of twins at the school.

Excitement brewing as beer festival season draws near

Excitement brewing as beer festival season draws near

The pressure is on for Dunedin's home brewing fraternity with bragging rights and reputations on the line during the city's beer festival season.

Campaign to get students to vote

Campaign to get students to vote

The Otago University Students Association is launching a campaign to encourage students to enrol to vote, after years of poor student voter turnout.

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