Dogs are meant to be ''man's best friend'' but that often does not seem to work both ways.
Dunedin's Globe Theatre has had its second win in a national theatre poster competition in just over a fortnight.
School principals from around New Zealand are spending class time in the Dunedin area this week to learn about Ngai Tahu history.
A Te Anau rural firefighter reckons several weeks helping fight the largest wildfire in California’s history has given him "a year’s worth of learning".
Local primary school pupils have been enjoying a chance to try different sport and games skills.
"They would have been over the moon," retired Dunedin man Fin Heads said after officially presenting the children’s ward at Dunedin hospital with an electronic cot in memory of his late wife and son.
Bindi Bezar will be in a purple haze next week as she pedals and walks for 24 hours in memory of her much-loved cousin who died after developing Alzheimer's.
Eye-catching signs urging drivers to slow down at major roadworks in Portobello Rd were placed by road construction workers, not local schoolchildren.
The first ferry service to operate on Otago Harbour in more than 60 years has carried its inaugural fare-paying customers from one side of the harbour to the other.
Contractors install new traffic lights at the intersection of Princes St and Moray Pl, in Dunedin, this week.
The Dunedin City Council is trying to find out what caused a bad smell which upset residents near Tahuna Wastewater treatment plant yesterday.
It would be hard to know how many tonnes of chips She Chun Choie and his wife Emma have sold during their 36 years at Big Valley Takeaways.
Matthew Schep, co-leader of Students for Environmental Action, helps collect rubbish in Castle St on the final day of the student-organised Enviroweek.
It was an emotional moment for Wanaka woman Mary Gray when she saw, for the first time, items her grandfather had found concealed in rocks near Hyde, 124 years ago.
Otago University students Polly Brownlee (22) and Eilish Austin (21) ponder donated items of clothing during the Enviro Week Clothes Swap at the University of Otago yesterday.
A crash at the intersection of Moray Pl and Princes St has brought more criticism about the design of the re-engineered intersection.
A group of Kaikorai Valley College pupils yesterday experienced the reality of several common sight problems.
Difficult beach conditions last week and the need for repairs to some displaced sand bags has extended the time needed for maintenance work on the shoreline protection system at St Clair.
Speculation surrounds the future of a former supermarket building site and an adjacent space in Roslyn.
After early concerns about re-aligned traffic lanes at the intersection of Princes St and Moray Pl, Dunedin drivers seem to be adjusting to the changes.