Brenda Harwood

Groups urged to adopt professional footing

Groups urged to adopt professional footing

Dunedin community organisations must find ways to shift to a more professional footing to ensure future sustainability and secure ongoing government contracts.

Christians fight poverty with budget service

Christians fight poverty with budget service

''Walking the journey'' with people as they become debt-free is the focus of a Dunedin debt-counselling service.

Globe races to meet fundraising deadline

Globe races to meet fundraising deadline

The flurry of fundraising activity continues as the Friends of the Globe Theatre inch towards their goal of raising $500,000 for repairs to the historic Dunedin theatre.

Cigarette butts still found in playgrounds

Our playgrounds are smoke-free - but not everyone is getting the message.

Grahame's gratitude for caring unit

Grahame's gratitude for caring unit

For Dunedin man Grahame Fox, and dozens of fellow patients across the southern region, the work of the Dunedin Hospital Dialysis Unit is literally life-saving.

Plans for art hub on hold for now

Plans for art hub on hold for now

Ambitious plans to establish a Dunedin arts hub in the Octagon Athenaeum building have been put on hold for the immediate future, as work continues on the historic building.

Cycle-walkways open soon

Cycle-walkways open soon

Cycle and pedestrian routes through the southern city are opening up and work on Package 1 of the South Dunedin cycleway-walkway is due to be completed at the end of this month.

Support for 30kmh zone

Support for 30kmh zone

There has been a groundswell of community support in Port Chalmers for the lower speed limit in George St to be made permanent.

Trust will drive theatre redevelopment

Trust will drive theatre redevelopment

A newly formed trust has big plans for the Mayfair Theatre, in South Dunedin, as the theatre celebrates its centennial year.

Reluctant retirement for city choir stalwart

Reluctant retirement for city choir stalwart

Life in Dunedin has been synonymous with a life in music for Glennie Jamieson (80), who recently stepped down as a member of City Choir Dunedin after 51 years.