The spectacular ruin of Cargill's Castle needs stabilising urgently, supporters say, and it's hoped that a plan of action will be in place by Christmas.
The results of a detailed study of the activity levels and transport habits of 1000 adolescents across rural Otago and Southland have been revealed.
Greater collaboration with social agencies, new premises at street level and finding new ways to teach skills are all on the cards for Supergrans in Dunedin.
Patients at Otago Community Hospice who wish to record their life stories for posterity are being supported by the newly re-established Biography Services Team.
Authorities will patrol three Dunedin beaches this summer to educate the public about new rules banning vehicles from beaches.
The NZ Transport Agency has moved to undertake its promised review of the 50kmh speed limit on George St, Port Chalmers, and will complete it before Christmas.
Thousands of white crosses, which have stood in Queens Gardens as a silent reminder of the Otago-Southland men who died in World War 1, have been removed.
Two Dunedin theatre practitioners have been selected as the first students in a prestigious, national directing course.
It has been a long journey from living in state care to receiving a national award for young Dunedin woman Kered Taylor.
Dunedin man Tony Cummings is back to ‘‘business as usual’’ after being diagnosed with bowel cancer through a screening test and successfully treated.
The buzz of Christmas cheer will fill the Dunedin Town Hall for the fifth time as an army of volunteers gears up for the popular annual Dunedin Community Christmas Dinner.
After almost 20 years in the role of Arts Festival Dunedin director, Nicholas McBryde is stepping down to allow the festival to take a new direction.
It is the end of an era for the Otago Community Trust, as grants manager Carol Melville steps down after 30 years with the trust.
Six months on from the demise of the Fortune Theatre, the voluntary group that has supported it since 1976 has wound up.
The major effort involved in building up an organisation from scratch has earned national awards for a Dunedin peer-support group.
Dunedin’s active volcanic past and its influence on the landscape are explored on a new interpretive trail at the Dunedin Botanic Garden.
Dunedin adolescents are carrying an average of 5.6kg to and from school each day in their school bags.
Dunedin author and environmental advocate Neville Peat offers "a reality check and a call to action'' in his new book The Invading Sea.
He may come from "a long line of prop forwards'' and he used to get puffed pushing a pram, but Dunedin City councillor Aaron Hawkins is putting his body on the line for Lifeline.