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Dunedin anti development again

Dunedin already has a reputation for being anti-development, unless it’s University related, they seem to do what they like.

Mosgiel is the fastest growing part of Dunedin (one of the only growing parts). 284 more words


New Zealand - Dunedin and Oamaru

We made a pretty long journey from Te Anau to Dunedin across country which took pretty much all day. It was the first time where I thought the drive wasn’t as scenic as previous ones, mostly just farm land. 609 more words

New Zealand

Day of Arts and Culture

  As it’s Sunday today we decided to have a day off from driving and have an arts and culture day in Dunedin, which is a Unesco Creative City of Literature. 328 more words

Family History/ Life Story


Hi everyone,

Thankyou for making the event last Wednesday so fantastic! Our speaker, Rebecca Stringer, has kindly shared her powerpoint slides with us. Please see attached! 7 more words

Moeraki Boulders

The Moeraki Boulders are giant spherical stones strewn along the beach at Moeraki, between Oamaru and Dunedin.

There are many theories as to their origins including: 105 more words

Travel Writing

28 years disappear in a flash

My weekly column. I did a spot of time travelling this week:

I’ve got a revelation that will be hugely disappointing for science fiction buffs. 920 more words


Vogel St. Kitchen

My boyfriend and I were given a tour of this stunning industrial style cafe; Vogel St. Kitchen in Dunedin, NZ by his uncle who also helped with restoring what use to be an old printing factory and happens to be the landlord of the place. 69 more words