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One hungry letterbox

We’re regular walkers, and spoilt for choice in Dunedin. There are three beaches we can wander to from home, and then there’s suburban pavements, the town belt area, Ross Creek, the walkway/cycle path to St Leonards, the loop around the … Continue reading

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WAITING

I don’t know about you but we’re still waiting for summer in Otago. I sent the autumn poetry card off to the printers this week so I’m hoping that sometime between now and its March distribution we’ll be able to … Continue reading

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Poetry Competition 2014

Announcing the Poems in the Waiting Room(NZ) 2014 Poetry Competition. If you’d like to click on the Poetry Competition tab above, then select Poetry Competition 2014  you’ll be able to read through all the entry conditions and then ……….  start … Continue reading

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Get those entries posted

There can’t be too many of these old post boxes still in use. This one is outside Olveston   – a 35 room historic mansion which showcases the lifestyle of the Theomin family in the early 1900’s. If you’re visiting Dunedin, … Continue reading

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To all our competition entrants

Some time ago a friend said to me she never bothered entering competitions because she had no chance of winning. But you’ve taken that chance and I sincerely appreciate your support. Just as well it was my day off today … Continue reading

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Last minute poets

We are seriously counting down! Only five days to go until the competition closes. Unless you’re Dunedinites it might be safest to Fastpost any last-minute entries. Many thanks to all the poets who have entered from around New Zealand, we’re … Continue reading

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Not long to go!

COUNTING DOWN! IT’S NOT TOO LATE BUT WE’RE COUNTING DOWN. The 2012 Poems in the Waiting Room competition closes on February 29. (We’ve arranged 29 days in February this year just to give you that extra 24 hours to get … Continue reading

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