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  • Horn player steps into limelight

    New Zealand Symphony Orchestra principal French horn Samuel Jacobs is accustomed to playing from the back of the ‘‘band’’ during concerts, so it will be a treat for him to step into the limelight this Saturday in his first outing with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra.

  • Proposed tenancy changes bad news for city

    As the temperatures start to plummet and the days get shorter and darker, the need for warm, dry and secure housing becomes even more apparent for many in Dunedin.

  • Dunedin Public Art Gallery

    Located in the Octagon, the very heart of Dunedin, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery offers a contemporary, yet elegant venue for events of all kinds, including wedding ceremonies and receptions.

  • Supporting and motivating seniors SeniorNet

    For more than 25 years, SeniorNet has been supporting and motivating seniors in Dunedin, to enjoy their technology and use it to enrich their everyday lives.

  • Distillery may have answer to pesky passionfruit vine

    Who knew pest control could be so delicious?

  • Final festival for stalwart organisers

    Inspiring people to love and care for wildlife and wild spaces, and to learn about the impact of weather and climate, is at the heart of the ninth Wild Dunedin Otepoti Mohoao — NZ Festival of Nature, which starts this Friday.

  • Family team up for relay

    The 12-strong ‘‘Melrose Place’’ team will be hard to miss at the Dunedin Relay for Life this Saturday at Forsyth Barr Stadium, sporting vibrant purple outfits and with sassy attitude to burn.

  • Funds to aid EV crash rescues

    A broad range of issues were discussed by the Waikouaiti Coast Community Board at its meeting last week, from problem trees to roadside safety, and potential safety problems around electric vehicles in crashes.

  • Team ‘passionate’ about event

    Stalwart Dunedin Relay for Life participants, the Mercy Hospital team are raring to go ahead of Saturday’s event at Forsyth Barr Stadium.

  • Chance to explore game development

    A Laser Hawk competition at Toitū Otago Settlers Museum tomorrow from 10am to 3pm will be a chance for young people to explore how video games have developed over time.

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