Creating a vision for the transformation of disability support services in New Zealand will be a hot topic at a community-wide forum in Dunedin this month.
The Dunedin Wildlife Hospital has already saved more than 10% of the mainland yellow-eyed penguin population already this year.
An extraordinary sense of entitlement felt among some families, leading to shocking cases of financial abuse, is a source of great concern for Age Concern Otago.
Dunedin social agencies are delighted the Otago Community Trust has increased funding for Otago social agencies by 50%.
From caring for elephants in Sri Lanka to volunteering at The Star Regent Theatre 24-Hour Book Sale, life has been interesting lately for Lily Margreiter (19).
Many years of quiet achievement by three stalwart Relay for Life volunteers has been celebrated with prestigious awards.
New Zealand conductor Kenneth Young was impressed with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra’s new home and rehearsal space in Hanover Hall when he arrived in the city on Tuesday.
The Dunedin City Council is about to trial small roundabouts to improve safety at two intersections, one in Green Island and one in Kaikorai.
New Zealand Navy lieutenant Brett Fitzgerald came home to Mosgiel this week with some great work stories to share.
Police will be keeping a watch on driver behaviour around roadworks in Green Island during the next two weeks, with the aim of catching drivers behaving well.
A large contingent of young actors from Queen's High School are in Wellington for a national festival of Shakespeare.
The huge effort Dunedin Botanic Garden staff put in to preserving and propagating rare and important plants is to be highlighted today.
Sending the completed draft of his book on the music of theatrical rock singer Alice Cooper to the man himself was a nerve-wracking experience for Dunedin author, lecturer and musician Dr Ian Chapman.
A high-powered panel of tech, education, science and culture experts will gather to discuss the pros and cons of innovation as a prelude to Dunedin’s inaugural Techweek event.
Science is coming to South Dunedin in July, meaning local residents will find the 2018 New Zealand International Science Festival right on their doorstep.
Gathering with others to meditate in the morning is a great way to start the day, say members of Dunedin’s Monday Meditations group.
A Dunedin playwriting mentorship programme has survived the collapse of the Fortune Theatre, thanks to the generosity of friends.
The love of music has prompted 30 members of City Choir Dunedin to travel to the ends of the earth for their art.
The impact of Dunedin's fast-growing technology and innovation sector is at the heart of next week's inaugural Dunedin Techweek '18.
A Dunedin disability advocate has challenged Minister for Disabilities Carmel Sepuloni to address funding inequality between people on ACC and those born with disabilities.