The essential role of the arts for society's welbeing and the challenges facing arts organisations and practitioners have been debated at the Arts and Culture in Otepoti mayoral candidates forum.
The first steps have been taken towards restoring the historic Harington Point gun emplacements on Otago Peninsula.
Port Chalmers residents are being urged to stand up and have their say, one more time, on reducing the speed limit on State Highway 88, near Port Otago.
As voting papers arrive in the post during the next week, voters will need to consider not only which candidates to support, but how to cast their vote.
Dunedin rock royalty will top the bill as the Vogel St Party returns to the city's calendar next month.
The Dunedin Repertory Society occupies a special niche in the city's arts community, providing regular opportunities for young thespians to gain performance experience.
A three-decade commitment to supporting refugees in the city will be marked next month, as the Refugee Support Group (Dunedin) celebrates its 30th anniversary.
The Dunedin RSA is hoping to reach out to Vietnam veterans in Dunedin on the 54th anniversary of Vietnam Veterans' Day, August 18.
Giant community fundraising and remembrance event, the Cancer Society Relay for Life, is set to be held in Dunedin in late March, 2020.
The Dunedin City Council spent at least $115,000 on providing direct services for freedom campers in the 2018-19 season.
As people's work and family lives grow busier, putting ever increasing pressure on free time, volunteering is in crisis across New Zealand.
Volunteering is a natural part of life for Dunedin woman Kris Bennett, who steps up weekly to help out in the Otago Community Hospice kitchen.
A growing number of Dunedin families with a member experiencing cognitive impairment are finding peace of mind through the Dunedin LandSAR WandaTrak system.
A new start to life with a kind-hearted Dunedin man is working out brilliantly for profoundly deaf whippet-kelpie cross dog Lucy.
Newly-appointed Alzheimer’s Otago manager Liz Harburg is adapting to both a new city and a new role, in her fourth month in Dunedin.
After five years in the field of inclusive mixed-ability dance, Hahna Briggs will travel to the United States next month to train with the best.
Community concern about the uncertain future of Highgate Presbyterian Church in Maori Hill is gaining momentum, with a recently-launched petition gathering more than 800 signatures.
Dunedin bookseller Richard West is a man on a mission - to sell or find new homes for 20,000 books.
The transport habits of Dunedin adolescents will be studied against the backdrop of the city’s changing infrastructure as the Beats study ramps up.
Dunedin employers are stepping up with strong support for young people through the Youth Employment Success scheme.