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Film icon. Nightly interview: Bronwyn Halley

A young Dunedin musician is putting all her energy into the making of her debut EP. Bronwyn Halley is seeking support for the project, which she hopes will end in a short recording of her work. And she's here to tell us about it. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Ian Barber

An international conference on war memorialisation has just been held in Dunedin, as the first of its kind. The conference was organised by Associate Professor Ian Barber of the University of Otago's Department of Anthropology and Archaeology. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: George Chittendon

Two new children's choirs are being established at St Paul's Cathedral in the Octagon. There's a chance for Dunedin boys and girls to be involved in the choirs this weekend. George Chittenden is the cathedral's director of music, and he's here to explain. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: John Christie

The Otago Chamber of Commerce has lost its chief executive, who's taken up the leadership of Enterprise Dunedin. It's a new role, within a newly-formed organisation. And director John Christie is here to tell us about his transition. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Ken Schumacher

An annual event which raises thousands of dollars for the local hospice is about to take place around Dunedin. It's the Otago Community Hospice Charity Cruise, and Ken Schumacher is here to tell us all about it. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Des Adamson

There's been good and bad news for the Dunedin business sector recently, with the closure of some operations and expansion of others. Des Adamson is the manager of economic development at Enterprise Dunedin, and he's here to tell us about the state of business in the city. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Chris Watkins

Christmas is fast approaching, and so is the associated debt some people find themselves in following the festive season. Chris Watkins from the Salvation Army is spearheading a campaign for Dunedin families to save themselves from financial stress, and he joins us to talk about it. ›see story

Film icon. ODT Features interview: Murray Kirkness

Proposed changes to local alcohol laws have attracted the largest response from submitters that the city council has ever seen. The draft local alcohol policy is now the subject of an extensive hearing. Otago Daily Times reporters have sat through the whole thing, and editor Murray Kirkness is here to give us an insight. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Hahna Briggs

The Dunedin Pride Collective is gearing up for its second annual showcase of events this week. Dunedin Pride 2014 involves a range of activities, and co-ordinator Hahna Briggs is here to give us the details. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Dr Kristin Hillman

The Otago University Students' Association has given out awards to some of the best tutors on campus. Dr Kristin Hillman is one of the recipients, and she's here to tell us about her winning teaching style. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Jen Olsen

People around the country are gearing up to protest the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement. Tomorrow's nationwide day of action against the agreement includes Dunedin, and event organiser Jen Olsen joins us to explain its significance. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Simon Pickford

The Dunedin City Council has appointed a new general manager of services and development. Simon Pickford took up the role in early October, and he joins us to talk about how it's going. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Chris Staynes

A large mayoral delegation has just returned from China, where stronger ties were forged with the cities of Shanghai and Qingdao. Deputy Mayor Chris Staynes was part of the delegation, and he joins us to talk about its importance. ›see story