It has become tradition for the festival committee to connect with nature in its last meeting of the year.
George Williams (7) gives cans to volunteer Magic Chirnside (15), while St Kilda firefighters Phil De Rooy (top left) and Jock Mackay look on.
A decision to cancel Middlemarch trains has been temporarily stopped in its tracks after intervention from the Dunedin City Council.
A 9-year-old Dunedin wonderkid has all the credentials to enter university, but his dream of tertiary education may have to wait a few years.
They may be stinky, but the seagulls and chicks covering parts of Taiaroa Head are a good sign for fans of the endangered bird, a gull superfan says.
Travellers, tour operators and the city council are disregarding the record books as crowds continue to climb a Dunedin street internationally recognised as being ‘‘pretty steep’’.
Egg counts at Dunedin's albatross colony show a return to normal after two years of extremes. Rangers are now preparing the birds for a hot, dry summer.
A Dunedin woman familiar with hardship is on track with her plans to create cheap transitional housing in the city.
A Dunedin protester who spent two nights occupying a gas-drilling company’s ship says she would rather be gardening than breaking the law.
Debt collectors could be brought in to recover hundreds of thousands of dollars in outstanding processing costs related to a 840-house Cromwell subdivision.
Paua fishing will be banned on a stretch of beaches north of Dunedin after years of declining numbers.
A Balclutha man is "very relieved" as Immigration New Zealand backtracked from deporting his disabled wife and granted them both residency.
The man who investigated the Otago Regional Council admits a planning overhaul will put deemed permit irrigators in a ‘‘holding pattern’’, but says it is the only way to ultimately improve things.
Changes to litter management on Dunedin beaches are best dealt with through the annual plan process, the Dunedin City Council says.
Opinions are mixed on the Environment Minister’s overhaul of Otago Regional Council water processes, but many councillors think it is the only way forward.