State houses could be managed alongside the Dunedin City Council's housing portfolio and other social housing following changes announced by the Government last week.
Hospice OpShop Mosgiel doubled the size of its retail operation yesterday by opening a second store just a few doors away on Gordon Rd.
Some residents alongside planned cycle routes are concerned cyclists will actually be less safe on the roads.
Over the past 24 years one family has been quietly going about setting things right on Dunedin's coastline. The Star reporter Dan Hutchinson takes a look at the work being done to restore Moturata/Taieri Island to its former glory.
Sickness beneficiary Karen Barnett is hoping for a warm, dry future after having lived in a damp Tainui house for nine years. Dan Hutchinson looks at what has been lurking under her state house all that time.
A proposed 36-section subdivision in Norwood St will go ahead ''whether I am alive or dead'', farmer and Dunedin city councillor Doug Hall says.
A major engineering project designed to protect South Dunedin from rising sea levels will not solve the problems many residents already face.
Families of newborn babies in Dunedin Hospital's neo-natal intensive care unit are the first to benefit from a new charitable activity that combines corporate team building with cooking.
Guerrilla warfare tactics will be used on any possums left over from a major eradication campaign on Otago Peninsula.
Some state-housing tenants are slipping through the cracks when it comes to getting proper insulation in their homes.
More than 50 women have stayed at Night Shelter Dunedin since it stopped its men-only policy nine months ago, including someone in the last month of pregnancy.
The Dunedin City Council's policy towards trees is being put to the test as councillors try to decide what should take priority - a huge, healthy, century-old specimen tree or the house that was built around it 20 years ago.
Only 100 people have so far signed up for free insulation being offered to Dunedin community services card-holders.
The Otago Yacht Club may be close to fixing the bane of many boaties' existence. Dan Hutchinson investigates the silting problems that have prevented full use of Dunedin's central city marina and the solution that is tantalisingly close.
A warrant of fitness scheme to improve the health and safety of New Zealand's rental houses is coming under fire for being too strict while others are saying it is just the first step. Dan...
A year on from the start of a trial to allow home owners to add the cost of insulation and heating appliances to their rates bill and the Dunedin City Council has underwritten more than $2 million in loans. Dan Hutchinson looks at the popularity of the Warm Dunedin scheme. About $2 million has been loaned to hundreds of Dunedin home owners to insulate and heat their houses under the scheme.
Fun has taken on a whole new dimension at Bradford School after the installation of what could be the longest flying fox in Dunedin.
Dunedin's house buyers are demanding - and being given - much more information about things such as tidal waves, floods and landslides than ever before.