A television set recycling programme has proved hugely popular in Dunedin, with more than 4400 TVs handed in to various outlets.
A mould decontamination specialist says there is a ''definite issue'' with mould in New Zealand homes and that mould is affecting some people quite badly.
A flooded mine shaft that swallowed a Hindon farmer's sheep dog last week is a ''graveyard'' of animal bones, Dunedin geologist John Youngson says.
Cyclists who ride after dark without lights could get hit by a car, a fine or a free gift this week.
In the second week of The Star's build-up to the Dunedin Heritage Festival, Dan Hutchinson talks to Lawrie Forbes - one of several property developers who are passionate about the city's history.
Karitane School has come up with a new way to have a warm shower without paying for electricity and it involves a big pile of steaming compost.
Laurol Chadwick is concerned she has become the target of thieves who are on the prowl for a balanced diet.
Dunedin's worst student flat is getting some much-needed attention in what is hoped will become a model project for others which are down in the dumps.
At least 200 television hoarders have taken advantage of a $5 recycling deal in just the first day and a-half of the promotion.
The forestry industry is as busy as it has ever been with Port Otago on track to equal or better its log exports this year.
The Dunedin City Council is reviewing its freedom camping rules and exploring options for more camp sites and toilets on Otago Peninsula.
Mosgiel girl Myah Tasker is just 6-years-old, she has survived two battles with cancer and is now donating her time to help other sick children.
Dunedin people will get a chance to explore some of the city's grand old buildings from a different perspective next month.
The latest push to get Dunedin residents to formally protect their significant trees has attracted an underwhelming response, Dunedin City Council staff say.
A Dunedin television aerial installer is concerned people are confused, under-prepared and some are being being ''ripped off'' as they get ready for the digital switchover.