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Messiah - The world's most loved choral work

Otago Daily Times News Feed - Fri, 10/25/2019 - 11:06
Handel's Messiah, presented by City Choir Dunedin. Tuesday 10 December 2019, 7:30 pm, Dunedin Town Hall
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Lakeview project 'a once in a lifetime opportunity'

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 35 min 39 sec ago
An early concept for the Lakeview Precinct, in Queenstown, has been released by the Queenstown Lakes District Council.
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Waiata group builds up Maori heritage

The South Today - News Update - 1 hour 29 min ago
October 21, 2019

A Dunedin waiata group boasts 80 members, and has attracted people from a wide range of government departments.

But while they perform beautiful songs, it's likely you'll never see them perform in public.

News: Dunedin
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Sun shines on plethora of talent at South Dunedin Busking Competition

The South Today - News Update - 1 hour 36 min ago
October 21, 2019

Organisers of the South Dunedin Busking Festival were blessed with one of the warmest days of spring for the event on Saturday.

More than 30 acts entered, putting themselves up for the scrutiny of a trio of judges.

News: Dunedin
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Protests turn violent in Hong Kong

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 2 hours 4 min ago
Protesters set fire at a barricade as policemen advance during an anti-government protest in Hong Kong on Sunday. Photo: Reuters Hong Kong's embattled leader, Carrie Lam, leaves for a visit to Japan on Monday (local time) as the Chinese-ruled city struggles to recover from a night of violence in which tens of thousands took to the streets, with further protests planned later in the day.
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Henley residents welcome repairs to river bank

The South Today - News Update - 2 hours 9 min ago
October 21, 2019

Henley residents are hoping their township will be better protected from flooding after a long battle with the Otago Regional Council.

Following several floods in the past nine years, the council is finally restoring nearby floodbanks.

News: Dunedin
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Crossings to be made safer

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 2 hours 24 min ago
The Hoskyns Rd railway crossing in Rolleston is one of four crossings in the district that are set to get safety upgrades. A number of railway crossings in the district are set to be upgraded in a bid to make them safer.
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Attacked after asking for music to be turned down

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 2 hours 26 min ago
Albert Maynard was allegedly attacked by a group after he asked them to turn their music down. Photo: Supplied via NZ Herald As the blows kept coming - to his head, face and body - a father-of-five continued to stand and defend himself as his wife screamed at his attackers to stop.
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Duyvesteyn and Christie win Calder Stewart Series for first time

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 2 hours 30 min ago
Kees Duyvesteyn from Dunedin won the overall Calder Stewart Cycling series. Photo: rickoshayphotos Talented young cyclists Kees Duyvesteyn and Henrietta Christie won their first Calder Stewart Cycling series titles in the final doubleheader weekend in Canterbury. 
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Chemical incident closes Dunedin street

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 2 hours 46 min ago
Emergency services are responding to reports of a chemical incident in the Dunedin suburb of Kenmure.
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Restraint rules for teachers could be loosened

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 2 hours 53 min ago
Photo: RNZ The body that disciplines and registers teachers has recommended changing strict rules limiting teachers' physical contact with children.
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Heavy snow watch for parts of Otago

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 3 hours 7 min ago
The lower half of the South Island could be in for a blast of heavy snow tomorrow.
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Kiwis using $8.9 million in illicit substances each week

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 3 hours 13 min ago
smoking_meth_herald.jpg Drugs tested for include methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, MDMA and fentanyl. Photo: NZ Herald Illicit drugs detected in New Zealand's wastewater in the last few months would have generated almost $500 million of criminal profit over a year.
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11th grade team plays well at Nelson tourney

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 3 hours 25 min ago
Mid Canterbury's 11th grade football team, back row, Lisa Elliott (manager) Jamieson Arras, Daniel McBain, Alex Redwood, Ben Pearson, Sam Chapman, Simon Chapman (coach), front, Jethro Dove, Hunter Watson, Liam Elliott, Jacob Robinson and Millar McGrath. Absent: Emily-Jane Elliott, Gabbie Tindall and Byron Pearson (co coach). Mid Canterbury's 11th grade football team played well at the recent Jack McKnight tournament in Nelson and claimed sixth place.
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Big grant for Kaikoura pool

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 3 hours 25 min ago
An artist's impression of Kaikoura's new pool complex.Pool funding now stands at $2.2m, with the target set at $3.7m. Photo: Supplied The Kaikoura community pool project has received a cash injection of nearly $1 million.
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School support for foodbank

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 3 hours 26 min ago
Hampstead School's Young Vinnies with some of the donated perishable goods, back row, Isope Maile, Cullen Young (in pram), Evangelene Hamill, Ma'a Lene, Liam Lawn, Kymani-Cruz Pupuke, Harry Tabener, front, Molly Blackburn, Harry Trott, Cherish Moti, Ethan Marriott and Rory Leckie-Hemi. Hampstead School has supported the foodbank at St Vincent de Paul with a large donation of non-perishable goods.
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Limit bags for some anglers

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 3 hours 26 min ago
Some anglers at Lake Opuha, near Fairlie, caught bag limits before lunch after the opening of the freshwater fishing season.
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Benji Marshall named Kiwis captain

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 3 hours 27 min ago
Benji Marshall. Photo: Getty It has been seven years since Benji Marshall last captained the Kiwis, but on Friday night he will make history when he leads the New Zealand rugby league side once again.
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Inner Wheel members sew dresses for India

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 3 hours 27 min ago
With the 30 dresses are Ashburton Inner Wheel dress makers Judy Kingsbury, Rosemary Moore, Margaret Rickard, Fern Leadley and Clare Chapman. Members of Ashburton Inner Wheel have used their sewing skills to make 30 dresses for girls in India.
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Red letter club day

Otago Daily Times News Feed - 3 hours 48 min ago
Club president John Stewart addresses the crowd at the club premises official opening, watched by past president John Hall. Past and present members and invited guests of the Mid Canterbury Vintage Machinery Club got together to officially open their club rooms at the weekend, on site at the Ashburton A&P Showgrounds.
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