The remarkable history of St Paul’s Cathedral, as an Octagon landmark and a centre of faith, is at the fore as the Anglican diocese celebrates 100 years of worship at the site.
Up to seven litres of smelly salmon smoothie is being guzzled each day by hungry yellow-eyed penguin chicks at Dunedin Wildlife Hospital.
The newly created freedom camping site in the Thomas Burns St car park in the central city has quickly outstripped other sites to become the most popular overnight spot in greater Dunedin.
The banners are up and the University of Otago's 150th anniversary year is under way.
The historic University of Otago bell has come "home'' to the campus, and will take pride of place during this year's 150th anniversary celebrations.
The war on sycamores continues in West Harbour, where volunteers have embarked on a project to track down and poison smaller specimens of the invasive plant.
Dunedin's Waitangi Day celebrations in the Octagon will be a chance to relax and enjoy music, kapa haka and hangi food.
Access to properties has been delayed longer than anticipated near the intersection of Inglis St and Gordon Rd in Mosgiel due to ongoing major roadworks.
The peaceful, calming nature of yoga, along with its well-known physical benefits, make it ideal for children and young people, a Dunedin yoga practitioner says.
A rainy Saturday morning did little to dampen enthusiasm for the Otago Taieri A&P Society show, with thousands of visitors pouring through the gates as the weather cleared.
Dunedin’s unwelcome status as a city where housing is ‘‘severely unaffordable’’ has wide-ranging implications for both private home buyers and investors.
Artists with a passion for making a change in the environment have the chance to become an Environment Envoy with Dunedin Dream Brokerage.
Visitor numbers continue to be strong at Port Chalmers Maritime Museum, as visiting cruise ship passengers take an interest in local history.
Making a New Year resolution is one thing - sticking to it can be something else again.
Dunedin military historian Peter Trevathan, who has uncovered fascinating local history through researching graves in the city's Northern Cemetery, is about to cast his net wider.
Relaxation on Christmas Day afternoon for Dunedin woman Robyn McLeod will include swinging in a hammock with a gin and tonic, a book, and an unusual pet.
Hungry patients will need to be fed and the injured will still need treatment at Wildlife Hospital Dunedin on Christmas Day.
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.
Three months after taking delivery of three shipping containers, the Green Island Shed continues to take shape.