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  • June 21-July 3: ‘‘Toi Matapihi’’ window exhibition, 10am-3pm, Studio2 and Margaret Freeman Gallery, 147 Hillside Rd, South Dunedin.


  • Take steps to keep heat where needed

    Be your own chill detective and conduct a hunt to banish the cold. Now is the time to make sure you are cosy and comfortable and winter weather can not work its way into your home. Here are some tips to ensure drafts are deported and damp is dispelled.

  • The Star chief reporter Brenda Harwood looks at highlights from the Saddle Hill Community Board meeting on June 16.

  • Big thanks to all our volunteers Blind Low Vision NZ

    This National Volunteer Week, Blind Low Vision NZ would like to say a huge thank you to all of our wonderful volunteers in the South Island.

  • Speech competition highlights on screen

    Nga Manu Korero is regarded as the most significant event on the Maori education calendar, for nurturing oratory skills and encouraging young people to express their views.

  • Volunteer awards now open for nominations

    The buzz of conversation at the Volunteer South expo made a cheerful backdrop for the launch of the 2022 Volunteer Awards on Tuesday.


  • Winter crashes avoidable with extra care by drivers

    The first public holiday to celebrate Matariki is tomorrow and a long weekend may be a great chance to head towards Central Otago to enjoy some skiing.

  • Matariki is the Maori name for the cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades. It rises in midwinter and for many Maori it heralds the start of a new year. Iwi across New Zealand understand and celebrate Matariki in different ways and at different times.

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