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Film icon. Nightly interview: David Loughrey

iD Dunedin Fashion Week is almost over, with the last two shows to be held at the Dunedin Railway Station. Otago Daily Times reporter David Loughrey is covering the event, and he joins us to share some highlights. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Christine Garey

The coastal road along Otago Peninsula is being widened, to improve safety and cater for increasing traffic. Otago Peninsula Community Board chairwoman Christine Garey is thrilled with the project, and joins us to talk about it. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Janine Hayward

Dunedin residents have just a few days left to voice their opinions about how city councillors are elected. An independent panel is reviewing local government representation, and wants public feedback. Associate professor Janine Hayward is leading the panel and she joins us to talk about it. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Sophie Barker

A wide variety of people are involved in the local cruise ship industry, from taxi drivers to port workers. They've just been to a cruise season debrief, organised by Dunedin City Council business development advisor Sophie Barker. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Edward Ellison

Public opinion about the future of local marine protection is being sought, in order to influence government action. The South-East Marine Protection Forum has just held a public meeting in Dunedin. And forum member Edward Ellison joins us to explain what was discussed. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Kavindu Weerasekera

A special celebration is being held in Dunedin to mark the Sri Lankan New Year. It involves members of the Sri Lankan Students Association at the University of Otago. Organiser Kavindu Weerasekera joins us to explain what's happening. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Lox Kellas

The people involved in organising local Anzac Day services have come together for a final debrief. Portobello policeman and Dunedin RSA member Lox Kellas is overseeing the preparations, and he joins us to talk about what's involved. ›see story

Film icon. Interview: Eileen Goodwin

Debate about the Southern District Health Board's proposal to outsource food preparation is heating up. Otago Daily Times health reporter Eileen Goodwin is following the story, and she joins us to discuss the latest developments. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Dene Mackenzie

The government's gearing up to deliver its first budget since last year's election. Already it has signalled some priorities, and Otago Daily Times political editor Dene Mackenzie joins us to talk about what might be on the books. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Julia Horsfield

A local researcher is furthering studies about gout, with government funding. Associate Professor Julia Horsfield has gained a Health Research Council grant to do the work. And she joins us to discuss it. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Neville Martin

The Otago Therapeutic Pool Trust is ramping up efforts to raise money to save Dunedin's only therapeutic swimming pool from closure. Trust secretary and treasurer Neville Martin is here to give us an update on how things are going. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Stephanie-Anne Ross

There's been a large gathering of youth leaders in Dunedin this week, for the annual South Island conference of Students Against Dangerous Driving. South Otago High School head girl Stephanie-Anne Ross is a national leader for the organisation, and she joins us to talk about the event. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Megan Gibbons

Sport Otago is hosting a series of public workshops for athletes, coaches and anyone interested in physical development. The latest seminar on sports nutrition was presented by Megan Gibbons, the head of Otago Polytechnic's Institute of Sport and Adventure. ›see story