Despite a last-minute move to an alternate venue, the Otago Siamese and Shorthair Pedigree Cat Club 2009 cat show attracted hundreds of visitors on Easter Saturday.
A public meeting in South Dunedin will give local residents one last chance to express their opinion on the Awatea St stadium ahead of the final decision day for city councillors, April 20.
Butterflies - The Hospice Shop is a vision in green as staff get into the spirit ahead of St Patrick's Day, March 17.
The successful partnership between the Malcam Trust and Dunedin Botanic Garden has been enhanced by the establishment of a new pilot project - Project Green Jobs.
Unprecedented demand for financial help through the Dunedin City Council-funded Electricity Consumers Fund has drained the coffers dry after less than six months. The $167,000 fund, administered by Anglican Family Care and distributed by Dunedin welfare organisations, is not due to be replenished until after the new financial year on July 1.
The Queen's High School health committee has pledged its support for a Cancer Society campaign to lobby Members of Parliament and Health Minister Tony Ryall on the issue of tobacco displays in shops.
A strong public response to a good idea and a great cause meant December's annual trailer raffle run by the Rotary Club of Dunedin North raised a record amount for the Otago Community Hospice.
The care and concern shown to a dying man and his wife was amply rewarded this week when Otago Community Hospice received an extraordinary bequest of almost $360,000.
December has been a very good month for Dunedin's ‘‘pen man'' John Griffiths.
The sound of sirens will be heard across the city next Thursday evening, December 11, as Dunedin's emergency services, community organisations and volunteers tour the streets in the annual Community Can Appeal.
The stars were out last night, as about 150 people gathered to celebrate Dunedin's unsung heroes in an awards ceremony hosted by The Star at the Dunedin Railway Station.
The important environmental contribution of the Honda TreeFund in supporting the planting of 10,000 native trees in Otago during the past four years has been highlighted in Dunedin this week.
New Dunedin plays will appear on the professional stage for the first time this Sunday, in the Playmarket ‘‘Write Out Loud'' event at the Fortune Theatre studio.
Bluestone from Blackhead Quarry is a fitting material to be used in building a memorial to the 30 Dunedin and district men who were killed in the sinking of Royal Navy vessel HMS Neptune during World War 2, stonemason Ron Turner of Southern Landscapes says.
Opportunity is knocking for AliMcD model Stella Maxwell (18), who will leave next week to visit family and take up modelling opportunities in Europe.
Dunedin people are being urged to jump aboard and join the call to restore commuter train travel in the south.
All eyes will be on Dunedin in November as the city pulls out all the stops for a Remembrance 2008 celebration that will be ‘‘bigger than Ben Hur''.
For self-confessed obsessive sneaker collector Kevin Downie, retailing high-end retro sneakers to Dunedin punters through his Identity store has been an extension of his hobby.
The conductor for Saturday night's Southern Sinfonia concert, Werner Andreas Albert, is no stranger to the rigours of Carl Orff's dramatic choral work Carmina Burana.
Friday will be an exciting day for Dunedin boy Cameron Bradley (pictured), as he celebrates his 8th birthday on the 8th day of the 8th month of 2008.