Brenda Harwood

Farmers Market stalwart handing duties to son

Farmers Market stalwart handing duties to son

Regulars at the popular Otago Farmers Market will notice a changing of the guard at the Havoc Pork stand.

Students get security help

Students get security help

Dunedin Police and Neighbourhood Support Otago are going door to door in the student quarter to highlight the importance of security.

Ambo fee set to rise with new demand

Ambo fee set to rise with new demand

It is about to get more expensive to use an ambulance.

Blueskin community complex, library on target

Blueskin community complex, library on target

The extended spell of warm, dry weather has been a boon to Dunedin construction company Cook Brothers, as work proceeds apace on the new Blueskin Bay Library and Community Complex.

LA frock star comes on board for NHNZ series

LA frock star comes on board for NHNZ series

Dunedin-based NHNZ executive producer Judith Curran will step out in a locally designed dress at the Los Angeles premiere of new fashion-centred NHNZ show L.A. Frock Stars on March 7.

Dunedin GPs join move to bigger medical centres

Dunedin GPs join move to bigger medical centres

The planned amalgamation of Dunedin general medical practices Aurora Health Centre and South City Medical Centre is part of a growing national trend.

Community garden project launched

Community garden project launched

A patch of unused ground at Bathgate Park School is to be transformed into a large community garden for the people of South Dunedin.

Diverse range on offer at Whare Flat Folk Festival

Diverse range on offer at Whare Flat Folk Festival

Celtic, Gypsy, rockabilly and jazz music, along with the joyous sights and sounds of Brazilian samba, will come together in an eclectic mix at this year's Whare Flat Folk Festival.

Project to transform cycleway corridor

Project to transform cycleway corridor

A major community project will transform Dunedin's harbourside cycleway corridor into a community recreation and exercise zone during the next three years.

Firm gives $16,500 to southern food banks

Firm gives $16,500 to southern food banks

An unusual approach to Christmas has allowed southern accountancy firm WHK to donate $16,500 to southern food banks this year.