A simple concept to help anyone affected by domestic violence better understand themselves and their situation has won not only the praise of participants, but also a national peace award.
More than 600 University of Otago alumni, including their oldest peer, gathered together to attend an alumni event in Dunedin on Saturday.
It may not be offering apologies or compensation, but the Confidential Listening and Assistance Service is giving many people abused while in state care the gift of dignity.
A gap in Dunedin's welfare network will be filled when an ethnic women's support service is set up in the city next month.
A culture of silence and fear around sex education must be broken, Dunedin sexuality education consultant Gayna McConnell says.
Janna Cachola, of Palmerston - all 155cm of her - is out to prove there is more to modelling than height.
When fashion designer Liz Ung wanted to enter Westfield Style Pasifika, she raided her fabric drawers and threw together a flamboyant, mismatched dress which made it to the finals.
The University of Otago's attempts to curb the student drinking culture have been reactionary and misguided, and Student Life director and Scarfie Card creator Aaron Thomson challenges it to do better.
It was the sight of a shiny bus driving past his home which got Ken McGregor hooked on his lifelong career.
The raw, edgy, feel of a World War 2 bunker makes it the perfect place for Dunedin fashion label UNDONE to launch.
What would inspire two archaeologists to establish a designer boutique in a historic part of Dunedin? Reporter Ellie Constantine spoke to the unlikely pair and found a determination to reset not only retail, but business thinking.
Crowds and takings may have been down, but the Regent 24-Hour Book Sale was still "fantastic", convener Alison Cunningham said.
Visitors to the Dunedin Botanic Garden this week walk past an Echium pininana with attached crochet leaves.
Rugby World Cup fever rolled into Dunedin yesterday in the form of campervans filled with fans, flooding the city.
Aart on St Andrew stylist Kelsey Lyons holds a trophy and scissors she won for coming first in the Le Male, and third in the Next Generation, categories of the New Zealand Association of Registered Hairdressers 2011 Editorial Stylist of the Year Awards, in Wellington at the weekend.
Forget the roar of rugby crowds, Kevin Moylan and 1200 of his mates are more interested in the rumble of their Harley Davidson motorbikes.