Olivia Caldwell

Hair removal for men on rise: survey

Hair removal for men on rise: survey

Southern men are following the nationwide trend in hair removal, according to an Auckland-based survey.

A scatter of paws and a clatter of claws

A scatter of paws and a clatter of claws

It wasn't Donaldson's Dairy, but fans of all ages gathered at the Dunedin Public Library yesterday to celebrate Hairy Maclary's 30th birthday.

1000 dolls going under the hammer today

1000 dolls going under the hammer today

Apart from their fame, what do Marilyn Monroe and John Wayne have in common?

Ice-slide spate 'could have all turned to carnage'

Ice-slide spate 'could have all turned to carnage'

For the second time in five months, John Nicholl, of Outram, feels lucky to be alive.

Students say many flats not worth rental

Students say many flats not worth rental

The six students who took on the challenge of cleaning up Dunedin's worst flat believe Dunedin landlords are exploiting students by charging too much for very little.

Flatters rise above the grunge

Flatters rise above the grunge

With an abundance of flats in Dunedin, students' expectations are higher, real estate agents say.

Dog Rescue faces avalanche of pets

Dog Rescue faces avalanche of pets

Dunedin dog owners need to take responsibility and neuter their dogs, Dog Rescue Dunedin says as the city's pet rescue organisations are inundated with rejected dogs this winter.

Taking the longboard way home

Taking the longboard way home

If a skateboard is your form of transport, Dunedin's hills make for a painful ride to work or study, so why not drive one instead?

No lack of city St John volunteers

Dunedin's St John has more volunteers than it needs - a far cry from the situation facing St John's regional branches.

Dunedin film-makers win BBC funding

Dunedin film-makers win BBC funding

Three talented Dunedin film-makers have been awarded grants from the BBC to produce their own documentary ideas featuring New Zealand characters.