The Otago Property Investors Association says the Dunedin City Council has displayed a lack of common sense by fining a member whose tenants put out their rubbish three days before official rubbish collection when they moved out.
Otago Peninsula residents oppose cutting bus services between Harwood and Harington Point, a survey shows.
Dunedin is in the race to get gigabit internet speeds in a competition that pits it against 49 other places in New Zealand. Reporter Jonathan Chilton-Towle finds out how such speeds improved the fortunes of a US city as Dunedin rallies to become the Southern Hemisphere's first ''gigatown''.
Becoming the first city in the country to have a gigabit-speed internet connection could be a welcome fillip for Dunedin's economy.
A Stenhope Cres resident is worried speedsters using the road will cause a serious accident if something is not done.
Out-of-towners looking to buy a new home in Dunedin are likely to flock to Waverley, while St Clair is most popular with Dunedin buyers, a recent survey of new homeowners suggests.
Dunedin drivers need to improve their behaviour at intersections, which are the site of more than a third of all road accidents in the city.
South Dunedin social workers are to receive training in dealing with youths who have alcohol and drug problems.
Online harassment is spilling over into the school yard, a Dunedin educator says.
The South Dunedin Social Sector Trial action plan is out. Star reporter Jonathan Chilton-Towle spoke to people involved in the trial about measures planned to improve the outcomes for at-risk...
Volunteers at the Dunedin Combined Christmas Foodbank have been working hard to bring Christmas cheer to hundreds of Dunedin's most needy families this week.
Work is progressing well on the third stage of a large new housing subdivision in Mosgiel.
Accessing concession bus passes has become a struggle for some of Dunedin's disabled community as the only place someone can obtain the passes is not on a bus route.
Social agencies are hoping for a white Christmas - flour that is - with demand for basic food items at an all time high in Dunedin. The Star reporters Jonathan Chilton-Towle and Dan Hutchinson...
Taieri locals Mark and Lisa-Jayne Reeves love the community atmosphere of Mosgiel.
Some stakeholders in an upcoming Department of Conservation (Doc) forum on creating protected marine areas off the Otago coast believe community-based conservation could be the answer to protecting fisheries in the region.
A Dunedin marine conservation group is creating an art exhibition that puts into perspective the plight of one of New Zealand's most endangered species.
Sharp pieces of glass and pottery fragments are still being found on the Te Rauone Reserve, despite attempts by the Dunedin City Council to solve the problem.
With cuts to mail delivery days looming, there are concerns Dunedin home-care workers who rely on the post to send their time sheets might get paid late. Jonathan Chilton-Towle discusses the issue with unions and a major home-care industry employer.
Dunedin school pupils are getting involved in a new Our Seas Our Future (OSOF) project aimed at conserving the local coastline.