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81 days ago

No cents meets common sense: Dunedin mayoral candidate's zero spend campaign

Nicole Reporter from Dunedin News

A Dunedin mayoral contender says he is not spending a cent on his campaign because "democracy is too precious to be treated as a commodity".

Jim O'Malley was elected to the Dunedin City Council three years ago and is now one of 14 candidates vying for the mayoral chains as incumbent… View more
A Dunedin mayoral contender says he is not spending a cent on his campaign because "democracy is too precious to be treated as a commodity".

Jim O'Malley was elected to the Dunedin City Council three years ago and is now one of 14 candidates vying for the mayoral chains as incumbent Dave Cull steps down.

But what makes the sitting councillor's campaign different is that his face can't be found on the back of a bus, on a billboard, or on a flyer.

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81 days ago

Dry oldman pine

Shannon from South Dunedin

Plenty of dry oldman pine, great burning. $90 per metre delivered Call 0220368891

Price: $90

81 days ago

Do you know how the Single Transferable Vote system works?

Nicole Reporter from Dunedin News

Fourteen candidates are vying to be Dunedin's next mayor, but the biggest unknown could be the voting system.
Dunedin is one of 11 councils using Single Transferable Vote this year, which requires voters to rank their preferred candidates.

What do you think of the STV system? Is it confusing… View more
Fourteen candidates are vying to be Dunedin's next mayor, but the biggest unknown could be the voting system.
Dunedin is one of 11 councils using Single Transferable Vote this year, which requires voters to rank their preferred candidates.

What do you think of the STV system? Is it confusing or does it make the race fairer? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

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83 days ago

NZ House & Garden House Tour - Tickets on sale now!

The Team from NZ House & Garden House Tours

Join us for a day of indulgence by stepping inside the pages of one of New Zealand's favourite magazines.

We've hand picked five fabulous locations to showcase a variety of homes, reflecting local design flare and style. The tours are self-driven, and give attendees the opportunity to … View more
Join us for a day of indulgence by stepping inside the pages of one of New Zealand's favourite magazines.

We've hand picked five fabulous locations to showcase a variety of homes, reflecting local design flare and style. The tours are self-driven, and give attendees the opportunity to take in the best scenery the region has to offer, try some quirky cafes or eateries along the way, and also visit our Hub; a one stop shop for all your house tour information and where they can meet the editorial team behind their much-loved magazine.

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83 days ago

WATCH: Inside the Otago's new glamping village

The Team from Play Stuff

Have you seen the Tawanui Farm Glamping village? This has got to be ground-zero of zen; there is nothing to do here but relax.

Play Now: play.stuff.co.nz...

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83 days ago

Mental Health Awareness Week starts today! 💜🌿

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Together let's explore our way to well-being because when it's strong, our whānau, communities and Aotearoa can flourish too.

#NSNZmentalhealth #MHAWNZ

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83 days ago

Poll: How has your Rugby World Cup streaming experience been?

Paul Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours, have you been enjoying the Rugby World Cup - or has your Spark Sport stream let you down?

The rest of Rugby World Cup tournament should stream "perfectly", Spark says, after thousands of rugby fans were let down by streaming of the All Blacks' first match.

To … View more
Hi neighbours, have you been enjoying the Rugby World Cup - or has your Spark Sport stream let you down?

The rest of Rugby World Cup tournament should stream "perfectly", Spark says, after thousands of rugby fans were let down by streaming of the All Blacks' first match.

To read more, click here.

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How has your Rugby World Cup streaming experience been?
  • 35.1% Perfect - I had no issues
    35.1% Complete
  • 31% Not the best
    31% Complete
  • 33.9% Absolutely horrible
    33.9% Complete
507 votes
83 days ago

Poll: Are you supporting the climate change strike this week?

Neighbourly.co.nz

Young people are leading the charge for this Friday's climate strike.

The idea is for as many people as possible to take the day off work to protest for climate action in solidarity with the school strikers. Are you in support of this?

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Are you supporting the climate change strike this week?
  • 27.3% Absolutely
    27.3% Complete
  • 20.4% No - not interested in climate change
    20.4% Complete
  • 23.8% Not sure how the strike will make a difference
    23.8% Complete
  • 28.4% Other - more practical things could be done to raise awareness
    28.4% Complete
907 votes
83 days ago

Enhance your furniture with a simple stencil

The Team from Resene ColorShop Dunedin

Bring a piece of Morocco into your home with this easy pattern DIY. Use it to pretty up a vintage cabinet.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself

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84 days ago

Join Gen Less

Gen Less

They all had their defining moments. Climate change is ours.
Join Gen Less, and live more with less energy. #GenLess
Join Gen Less now

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