If you think of gyms and images of stationary bikes, free-weights and complex, metal-laden machines come to mind, think again.
New traffic lights on Andersons Bay Rd will be closely monitored by the Dunedin City Council to ensure vehicles flow smoothly through them.
Mobility scooters "careering" down footpaths, blocking doorways, and capsizing at crossings are worrying Mosgiel resident Janice Deuster.
With infomercials, advertisements and word-of-mouth behind it, you would have to be living under a rock to have never heard of the latest fitness craze, Zumba. Hundreds of followers are bumping...
From offers of a couple of bags to a couple of logs, Dunedin's wood Samaritans have rallied in support of Wendi Raumati.
Stock on shelves at Countdown Dunedin South looks so perfect, you could almost forgive staff for not wanting customers to disturb it.
A protest aimed at protecting New Zealand for future generations attracted about 1000 people in Dunedin on Saturday.
In reading letters written by children to a newspaper column in the late 1800s, author and historian Keith Scott found parallels with the present.
Along with recruiting new members, the Waikouaiti Fire Brigade has its sights set on a different kind of volunteer - "honorary grandparents".
With 15% of fabric going to waste on the cutting room floor, Dunedin designer Fiona Clements set out to make use of it - piece by tiny piece.
Age Concern Otago received three elder abuse referrals each week and society needed to become more sensitised to the issue, those working in the area said yesterday.
Not just the provider of a simple cup of tea and comfort, Victim Support is a professional, needs-based service, supporting New Zealanders through their darkest days. Ellie Constantine got an insight into what it means to be on call for victims 24/7.
Established to solve two of society's problems, Foodshare is a concept "you can't argue with", executive director Deborah Manning says.
The Anglican Diocese of Dunedin is "two years out from a crisis" and must restructure to become sustainable, its Bishop, the Rt Rev Dr Kelvin Wright, says.
TVNZ7 was "quirky", "intelligent" and "essential to our democracy", Dunedin South Labour MP Clare Curran told a public meeting last night.
Model railway and engineering enthusiasts have been steaming into a Dunedin auction house to view a collection of books, tools, machinery, and, of course, trains.
Nearly half of Mosgiel's residents live in socioeconomically deprived areas and the author of a survey says more needs to be done to find out about their situations.
A decade of crime by a convicted murderer and rapist has cost the taxpayer nearly $260,000 in legal aid to date, a figure his victim calls "a slap in the face".
Hagen Bruggemann's car looks like many others: four wheels, two doors, windows; but a closer look reveals no exhaust, a plug where the fuel cap should be, and a mains switch under the bonnet.
Some members of the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board want to charge Otago Polytechnic rent for use of a foyer at the Mosgiel Library complex.