Two hours of ''entertainment foreplay'' left hundreds of Dunedin residents wanting more at the gala opening of the Dunedin Fringe Festival last night.
Riders will dare to bare all in a clothing-optional bicycle event in Middlemarch on Sunday.
A petition about the Corstorphine bus service has attracted 362 signatures and is being considered by the Otago Regional Council.
A contract to upgrade Dunedin's historic courthouse is likely to be awarded at the end of the month.
Otago prison nurses are the first in the country to gain extra credentials in primary mental health. All 10 nurses at the Otago Corrections Facility in Milburn have been working under a new programme developed by the New Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses.
Otago prisoners are among the rising number of inmates taking drug and alcohol treatment programmes.
An Invercargill Prison programme to help incarcerated fathers bond with their children is not being considered for the Otago Corrections Facility.
Dunedin is in the spotlight.
On the eve of the 15th iD Dunedin Fashion Show, Rosie Manins takes a look back at highlights from its history.
Macandrew Bay may soon be free of freedom campers: residents' opposition has prompted the Otago Peninsula Community Board to seek immediate changes to the Dunedin City Council's trial of designated freedom camping locations.
Dunedin residents wanting warmer, drier homes can now get independent advice from the city's first certified home performance advisers.
Otago workers of Southern Cross Forest Products are hoping the business will be bought as a going concern and they will retain their jobs.
A support group for Otago people with Tourette's syndrome and their families is being established in Dunedin.
A year-long dispute threatening the existence of a 90-year-old community group is yet to be resolved.
Olga Shevtsova has more riding on the Ukraine situation than most Dunedin residents.
Animal carcasses, broken televisions, old cars and household waste are being dumped in Dunedin's forests.
About 100 Farmlands staff in Dunedin face an anxious wait after the company yesterday proposed consolidating its administrative and support operations in Christchurch.
The trouble in Ukraine has left New Zealand in a critical position as it vies for selection to the United Nations Security Council, University of Otago politics professor Robert Patman says.
Seventy years ago, in a cold, 13th-century church, Fred Shield and Grace Suley said ''I do'' amidst the chaos of war-torn England.
Regulation of shark tourism is being welcomed by Dunedin cage-diving operator Peter Scott.