How is it that the so-called ‘independent’ NZ Drug Foundation, dominantly coalition government (taxpayer) funded to the tune of more than $1.5 million p.a., champions decriminalisation of marijuana?
As a student flat of seven girls, we wanted to do something good in the midst of all our busy lives and to take a step towards helping others.
Just love this photo of my son Heath Pankhurst and his girlfriend Taylor Peyroux, Year 13s at the Wakatipu High School formal last Saturday. - Michelle Dyer
The €2,000 Trendhim Talent Scholarship was created to empower and support students that have a passion for business, design, marketing and IT and would like to pursue a career in any of the below...
The African Students Association of Otago University want the opportunity to share the unity shared across the continent of Africa, and to also celebrate with the Dunedin community as we consider...
I am Antonio Bukhar Ssebuuma a professional dance artiste from Uganda, The Caroline Plummer fellow in community dance for 2019 at the University of Auckland.
Research argues that the number of internet users over 65 years old is on the rise and has been for some time. This is used by many to justify committing to digital policy and the online world,...
Representatives of the Deep South Chapter of the Patriots Defence Force Motorcycle club rode from Dunedin to the Waihoa Forks Hotel on Saturday 18th May to pass on $1000, which was half the funds...
Over the last few years this school has had a number of mums, family members and even a staff member diagnosed with breast cancer.
I thought the new DCC Logo looked familiar. Didn't have far to look, just Google FITBIT and lo and behold there it is.
Last Wednesday I underwent a GP referred colonoscopy carried out by Dr Jason Hill and the Gastroenterology nursing team.
ASEZ conducted a 'Mother’s Street' environmental cleanup campaign as part of the Crime Prevention Project 'Reduce Crime Together' in North Dunedin.
If the DCC installs new street lights as per their street light trial, it would be an unmitigated disaster for Dunedin.
Thought I'd just share a cute photo of my three-year old son, Beau Roff, lounging in the Autumn leaves at the Dunedin Botanic Garden.