Injuries suffered by kereru are keeping Wildlife Hospital Dunedin and Project Kereru on their toes, as juvenile birds take flight across the city.
A working party representing the interests of Dunedin's arts community is needed to drive forward the next stage of the Dunedin Performing Arts Feasibility study.
Former HMNZS Toroa commanding officer Lieutenant-commander (retired) Rob Tomlinson has big shoes to fill as he takes over the role of Anzac Day events convener.
Residents of Port Chalmers and surrounding areas have welcomed moves by Port Otago to mitigate the noise from visiting container ships, but are hoping for more.
Dunedin Hospital staff are banding together in a bid to help people affected by Cyclone Idai, which devastated swathes of Southern Africa last month.
The extraordinary influence of the Shand family on the Taieri Plain in the 19th century has been highlighted through research by University of Otago history lecturer Dr Jane McCabe.
The unstable ground under Coast Rd, between Warrington and Karitane, is causing continuing delays in repairing the uneven road surface.
Blueskin Bay blokes will be out in all their hairy-chested, knobbly-kneed glory, vying for the title of ``Brutey of Blueskin'' at the Blueskin on Show day.
Dunedin people are invited to lace up their walking shoes and step out in solidarity with refugees across the globe in today's Share the Journey walk.
Love and support surrounded Dunedin woman Gina Agate-Aitken last weekend, as 170 friends and family joined her for an early 50th birthday.
The Dunedin RSA is awash in poppies, after about 45,000 of the bright red paper flowers were delivered, ready for Poppy Day on April 12.
The Star will celebrate 40 years as Dunedin's community newspaper next week.
An accidental kick in the privates turned out to be a lifesaver for cancer survivor and Otago Polytechnic chaplain Steve Downey.
Communities in Concord and Waldronville are among neighbourhood groups across Dunedin coming together to mark Neighbours Day.
The Government's new healthy homes standards, which aim to make rental properties warmer and drier, have missed out a vital area of the home.
Insulation, moisture, heating, maintenance and inadequate curtains are all challenges for Dunedin people trying to keep their homes warm and healthy.
Dunedin's cultural diversity, in all its colours and forms, will be celebrated during Dunedin Race Relations Week.
The need for face-to-face interpreter support for former refugees and other new migrants is behind the establishment of a new interpreter service in the city.
A small-but-dedicated group of Dunedin volunteers are using personalised musical therapy to help stimulate deep-seated memories among people with dementia.
A community green-space in the heart of Caversham is to receive a major upgrade over the next three years.