The power of positive thought has made a former Mosgiel man a household name.
Otago's long history of design innovation was celebrated at Otago Museum last night.
A group formed nearly half a century ago to save a piece of Dunedin history has disbanded after having ''achieved its mission''.
A Mosgiel man who believes in making everything top shelf has been honoured by the forestry and wood industry.
Organisers of this month's Port Chalmers Seafood Festival say fun will be as big a part of the menu as food.
Dunedin is being reinvented this weekend. The 2013 Aotearoa Digital Artists symposium has brought artists to the heart of the city to redefine its art.
A shawdow box has won an intellectually handicapped Dunedin woman third prize in a national art competition.
Life is sweet for Liz Rowe. The Dunedin confectionery-maker has been raising the bar for chocolate lovers and Fair Trade.
Some of New Zealand's best young singers will put on the performance of their fledgling careers in Dunedin this week.
The University of Otago has announced its arts fellowships in literature, art, music, dance and children's writing for 2014.
A heartbeat pulsing over a Berlin streetscape has won a Dunedin artist one of New Zealand's most prestigious contemporary art awards.
Dunedin music celebrates its own with two free concerts today. Music promoter Dunedinmusic.com is marking its eighth anniversary with the gift of music.
Perhaps they should do a season.