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Rural voice sought in broadband provision

Rural voice sought in broadband provision

Dunedin's rural communities will get a voice when it comes to deciding who gets a share of $150 million in new government funds to improve internet speeds.

Heritage retained in Public Trust building renovation

Heritage retained in Public Trust building renovation

Dunedin's Public Trust Building has had a major internal makeover, winning an award in the process. Dan Hutchinson takes a look inside. 

Firefighter hangs up his hat

Firefighter hangs up his hat

Robert Calder has cleared his locker out and given his uniform back.

Support group needed to restart market

Support group needed to restart market

The future of the Stadium Market is uncertain.

More young people keen on learning how to sew

More young people keen on learning how to sew

Dunedin is experiencing a growth in young people taking up sewing, which is encouraging for the future of fashion, Maria Brett says.

Users urged to press case for faster internet

Users urged to press case for faster internet

Dunedin residents who still experience painfully slow internet speeds are hoping they will not miss out again on government funding being doled out over the next few months.

Trust sets up fundraising scheme

Trust sets up fundraising scheme

The brutal cold snap that hit Dunedin this week has highlighted the plight of the city's homeless and the vital work of the Dunedin Night Shelter Trust.

Hitting the trail for Brain Health

Hitting the trail for Brain Health

Rattlesnakes, black bears and a drought are just three of many challenges Dr Julie Lawrence will encounter while walking the Pacific Crest Trail.

Calling for volunteers

Calling for volunteers

They have hundreds of hungry mouths to feed and now Dunedin charity FoodShare needs more volunteers and sponsors.

Special Anzac dawn service for Dunedin

Special Anzac dawn service for Dunedin

With this month marking the centenary of the Gallipoli campaign - the first major event of World War 1 involving New Zealand soldiers - Anzac Day commemorations will be bigger than ever.

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