Chilly weather on Daffodil Day yesterday was no bar to people having their heads shaved to raise money for the Cancer Society.
The amazing world of augmented reality is about to enter nursing training at Otago Polytechnic.
Two young rabbis are travelling around the South Island making contact with local Jewish communities.
Work has begun on retrieving damaged sand bags washed away from the base of a protective sand sausage at St Clair beach.
About 120 pupils from seven Dunedin schools battled for winning spots in the North Zone Cluster Cross Country at Bishopscourt Ground in Balmacewen yesterday.
Buses rule - that appears to be the explanation for inner-city road markings one Dunedin motorist has described as ``utter madness''.
Blind Dunedin woman Julie Woods was "blown away" this week to receive a letter from the Prime Minister — in Braille.
Allied Press web developer Midhun Sankar and his wife Meera are thankful a good internet connection allows them regular contact with their families in flood-ravaged Kerala.
Celia Lashlie was diagnosed with terminal cancer at the end of 2014: less than two months later, the 61-year-old was dead.
The former Cadbury Dairy building's heritage facade in Dunedin is being restored.
A paperwork compliance glitch is causing havoc for an award-winning Dunedin pork producer.
Cold, empty and silent — not even an echo of the thousands of people who used to work in the building during the past 150 years. And not a whiff of chocolate. That is today’s reality of Dunedin’s former Cadbury factory.
Dunedin poet, editor, art critic and journalist David Eggleton leaves next week to take up a $30,000 Fulbright-Creative New Zealand Pacific Writers’ Residency in the United States.
Three vintage vehicles, a 500kg Easter bunny mould and other memorabilia from the Dunedin Cadbury chocolate factory have new homes.
Ashleigh Smith’s dream is that everyone will be accepted and respected for what they are.
The South Dunedin Early Years Hub will continue "in some form" for another year but lack of financial support means a doubtful future after that.
A few eggs hit the dirt, some competitors were disqualified for holding the egg on the spoon and others managed to make it to the finish line with raw egg intact.
Living memorials in the form of 20 silver beech trees have been planted in the Signal Hill Reserve to honour past and present service men and women.
Two Dunedin inner-city recycling hubs have been so successful since their installation last year the Dunedin City Council is looking for spaces for more.
It was a cheeky chat-up line — "I haven’t any money for bus fare; can you lend me some?" — but it worked.