Completion of the new Green Island recreation area, a community mural in Concord and a second in-depth community survey are top of the agenda for the Greater Green Island Community Network.
Meg helped her owner to walk again, she was lost in the hills for five weeks, and she has inspired others to be active — and now story is retold in a new children’s book.
Three weeks after it was launched, Otago’s new community finance programme is attracting more than 100 inquiries a week.
After three years of rebuilding, Dunedin’s Highland Harmony chorus is delighted to come away from the National Barbershop Convention with a silver medal.
Concerns about traffic and personal safety are having a negative influence on active transport to school among rural Otago adolescents.
Decades of experience in health and nutrition forms the foundation of a new business for Dunedin woman Ruth Zeinert.
People with disabilities are struggling to find accessible homes in Dunedin's tight rental property market.
The Dunedin City Council and government agencies say they are committed to supporting people with disabilities into accessible housing, but acknowledge there is more work to do.
Green Island businessman and community stalwart John Moyle has returned to the Saddle Hill Community Board, after a three-year hiatus.
Now that the dust from the local body elections has settled, West Harbour Community Board's two new members are keen to get stuck in to the issues.
A research group that is studying and encouraging active transport to school by adolescents in Dunedin and Otago has received the University of Otago 2019 Research Group Award.
Dozens of Dunedin Rotarians will ride the buses on World Polio Day, October 24, to held end polio for good.
A two-year project by the Balmacewen Lions Club has led to the placement of 24/7 accessible defibrillators at 10 high schools in Dunedin, Milton and Palmerston.
Dunedin's Christian Helping Agencies Group is calling on the community to support its annual Christmas hamper project, for one last time.
Working effectively with volunteers, and showing appreciation for their efforts are top priorities for recently appointed Volunteering Otago manager Leisa de Klerk.
Scotland's "queen of crime'' Val McDermid may be on the other side of the world to her homeland, but Dunedin's street names and gothic look make her feel right at home.
Being poor is expensive - especially when it comes to trying to access money for unexpected bills.
A pair of Dunedin artists whose giant artwork depicting the southern night sky will be installed on the enormous canvas of the Ross Creek Reservoir dam are excited at the prospect.
Improving the condition of Coast Rd from Warrington to Seacliff, more public walkways and better water pressure are top of mind for members of the Blueskin Bay Library book-share group.
The extraordinary adaptability of Norma, the Dunedin Town Hall organ, will be highlighted in this weekend's celebration of the giant instrument's 100th birthday.