A cake in the form of a giant spider made by a Dunedin cake maker as a tribute to Sir Peter Jackson looks like it might bite back.
Dunedin's city streets do not keep themselves clean. Dunedin City Council contractors take to the streets to clean up the previous day's rubbish in the early hours.
Catholic Social Services social worker Jill Wright is retiring after 30 years of helping Dunedin's single mothers.
Dunedin's Knox College has a new master.
Twenty-three years ago Dunedin earthmover Greg Inch founded ''Special Rigs for Special Kids'' as a way of giving back to the community.
Sister of Mercy Sr Mary Chanel has spent most of her life caring for the sick and dying.
Three Dunedin residents were honoured for doing exceptional things as part of the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards 2015.
Possibly the world's oldest active gymnastics instructor, 85-year-old Patricia Broad gives countless hours to the St Bernadettes Gymnastics Club every year.
Mosgiel business owners would like to see more enterprises opening in their community.
Police are predicting a rise in begging in Dunedin this summer and are warning Dunedin residents to be wary of strangers asking for money.
Mosgiel residents have a chance to learn how to eat healthily and lose weight, at a seminar later this month.
The finish line of the Gigatown competition is in sight and Dunedin seems to be streaking ahead of the competition.
The front section of the closed St Martin's Hall in Northeast Valley is safe for use as a toy library, the Anglican Church says.
Has Dunedin's stray cat population been devastated by a highly infectious virus? A lack of young cats coming into Dunedin's SPCA sanctuary might indicate that.
A sparrow stuck down a drain caused quite a stir in Albion Lane and also online on last week.
Advocates for a new pool in Mosgiel have gone online to gauge the level of support in the community for the pool.
The principal of a Dunedin school for special needs pupils says her school is not being treated fairly when it comes to funding.
King Edward St has been beautified but business owners say a lack of parking is driving customers away. Star Reporter Jonathan Chilton-Towle spoke to business owners about the parking and what they think needs to be done.
The Greater Green Island Community Network has employed a new community worker.
Two eggs, or a bowl of semolina for breakfast, and pasta and cabbage, or barley soup with traces of potatoes, carrots, or a frankfurter, for lunch and dinner.