Gillian Vine isn’t apologising for repeating herself.
Gillian Vine stops and stares at magnolias.
The celebration of the 50th anniversary of Rhododendron Day, from October 14 to 17, has had two setbacks.
Gillian Vine looks at some of spring’s less flamboyant beauties.
While church communities are eager to come together again to worship, church leaders in Dunedin are adopting a safety-first approach.
Gillian Vine makes the most of lockdown and takes a look at some new garden books.
New toilet facilities at Outram may be a little closer.
After more than four years, Sarah Moore is selling Outram’s popular The Wobbly Goat cafe.
As well as putting out food in winter, encourage birds with suitable plants, suggests Gillian Vine.
Responding to members’ feedback on preferred activities, the Dunedin Garden Club (DGC) held a series of hands-on workshops on Saturday.
Pressure on a popular swimming area is likely to increase this summer and issues of parking and toilet facilities need to addressed before then, Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board member Martin Dillon...
A new public road off Cemetery Rd, East Taieri, is to be named after a Dunedin woman who promoted world peace.
Gillian Vine wonders how roses got their names.
Information that there were no restrictions on what animals and birds Dunedin residents could keep came as something of a surprise to Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board members.
A huge proportion of Dunedin people live outside the city and don’t feel they're being considered, the chairman of a fledgling residents’ association says.
Community consultation on the trial Mosgiel-Taieri Safer School Streets project showed overwhelming support for lower speed limits near schools, but new crossing locations did not get public...
A call for relatives of conscientious objectors to be associated with the Archibald Baxter peace memorial (The Star, 15.07.21) has resulted in about 30 people coming forward.
Despite the sharp increase in Covid-19 cases in Australia and tighter lockdowns in New South Wales and Victoria, many Dunedin bus users are still defying the mask-wearing rule.
"I’m not an out-and-out greenie," Martin Wilkes says, but he likes to do his bit for the environment, including having three electric cars for his business.
Plans are almost finalised for a programme to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dunedin’s annual Rhododendron Day.