Sunny skies on recent Saturdays have given vendors a boost since the Otago Farmers Market reopened on May 16.
Progress is good nearly six months into the $31 million project to extend the West Harbour shared pathway to Port Chalmers, despite the impact of Covid-19.
A high-level group of Dunedin arts, cultural and events organisations says the city’s council venues are becoming unaffordable and too hard to access.
Being in lockdown for the past seven weeks has given young musician Keira Wallace the golden opportunity to work on some new songs.
After much planning and debate, the Otago Peninsula Trust has finalised some new, locally-focused offerings, with the aim of bringing Dunedin people to its stable of attractions.
Many tears have been shed, but Dunedin’s tourism operators are showing strength and resilience as they scramble to adjust to a massive drop in visitors.
A Dunedin mother of a newborn baby has praised the quick action by Kainga Ora and tradies to fix a smelly plumbing emergency during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The joy of reunion has been tinged with sadness for Dunedin’s Garchow-Lilley family, as they mourn the loss of a family member.
A Wingatui woman is warning her neighbours to be security conscious after a group of opportunistic young thieves stole from her home in broad daylight last week.
With the Dunedin Relay for Life postponed until later in the year, the ‘‘Pink Ladies’’ team is keen to hold its own virtual event to raise funds for the Cancer Society.
Watching over their community, while being ‘‘eyes and ears’’ for the police is a labour of love for members of the Mosgiel/Taieri Community Patrol.
Peace activist Paul Gourlie believes there has been a cultural awakening in New Zealand since the Christchurch mosque terror attacks a year ago.
The Otago Harbour will be the backdrop for thrills and spills on the water in the Careys Bay Community Regatta Day, at Otago Anniversary weekend.
The New Zealand International Science Festival team will be ‘‘throwing out the rule book and taking the festival to new heights’’ this year.
Natalie Yule Yeoman will have a remarkable story of resilience to tell when she steps up to the microphone at the Cancer Society Relay for Life Dunedin 2020.
The impact of a noisy world on the hearing of tens of thousands of New Zealanders was highlighted during a ‘‘Silent Breakfast’’ hosted by Hearing Support Otago.
In a quiet workshop in Dunedin, a dramatic story of the great age of Antarctic exploration is coming to life in stained glass.
Organisers a recent rally in support of RNZ Concert were ‘‘thrilled’’ with how the event came together.
Dunedin’s vibrant steampunk community will be dressed up in ‘‘full steam’’ and out in force at the Dunedin Gasworks Museum today.
Constant use of headphones among children and young people is leading to a ‘‘silent and growing epidemic’’ of hearing loss.