Dunedin train driver Royce Kirk had "mixed feelings" as he shut down his DC locomotive for the last time yesterday.
The Dunedin City Council has granted resource consent for a Burger King Restaurant and drive-through to be built at 369 Andersons Bay Rd, Dunedin.
They granted resource consent for a wind farm but were not so forthcoming when it came to a large retail outlet with a colourful exterior.
There were no parades but there was some top brass, and chrome on show at the Army Drill Hall, South Dunedin, on Saturday.
When Dunedin mother Nicci Reddy says receiving a machine which could save one of her children's lives brings "peace of mind", she does so with conviction.
Brief moments of rock stardom were followed by an anxious wait for Otago contestants at the Smokefreerockquest heats, held at Mosgiel's Coronation Hall on Saturday.
The University of Otago's Union lawn is usually covered in russet leaves by mid-May, but areas of grass were covered by an unseasonal fall of a different kind yesterday, when an estimated 400 students had their heads shaved for charity.
The Dunedin City Council will not extend water pipes north of Seacliff to Karitane during a $9.2 million upgrade of the water supply to coastal communities north of Dunedin.
Colourful, highly energetic and well choreographed were used to describe performances by more than 800 Otago secondary school pupils at Dunedin's Regent Theatre last night.
Some home truths about investment, and investment truths about homes may be imparted during a seminar by Gareth Morgan at the Dunedin Town Hall tonight.
Broad Bay School pupils returned from the Green Island landfill with treasures yesterday - but rather than cast-offs, they took ideas on how to reduce their environmental footprint.
Millers Flat resident Kyle Mewburn says he is pleased but surprised to fulfil a lifelong ambition of making a living from writing.
Information technology can protect the integrity of democratic processes delegates at a United Nations-sponsored seminar on land management heard yesterday.
Global warming, temptation, and the consequences of racism are among the themes more than 700 Otago secondary school pupils will explore during Stage Challenge performances at the Regent Theatre, in Dunedin, today.
An ageing population, skill shortages and increasingly elaborate funerals could lead to waiting lists and delays for services, a national funeral directors' organisation says.
A coloured engraving depicting a Dunedin landmark was yesterday returned to the place which inspired it more than 120 years ago.
Kings High School pupils had the opportunity to learn from the best yesterday
A project to capture images of every highway, road, street, cul-de-sac and avenue in Dunedin began this week during the Otago leg of nationwide data-gathering.
A British couple who emigrated to New Zealand after working here several years ago were among 35 people to became citizens at a ceremony in Dunedin yesterday.
Three Otago secondary school pupils joined 45 others from around the country at a forum in Wellington to share ideas on sustainability