Families are divided over the timing of a more than $100,000 project to upgrade play equipment in an iconic Dunedin park.
A group of residents calling for dogs to be banned from a stretch of Ocean View Beach has had its concerns heard and changes will be made.
Nicole Broekhuyse is on a mission to do good in her community.
A desire to return to work burns in Dunedin man Rorie White.
A Dunedin restaurant has emerged from a brimstone mist to celebrate its first birthday.
Have you occasionally arrived home from the supermarket and felt like you've forgotten something, but can't think what?
A Dunedin cop is calling time on a more than 20-year career, which initially failed to launch due to some monkey business.
The remaining discretionary fund of the Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board has been spent, seven groups having made a case for a share of the cash.
Injuries related to hot-water bottles are at a five-year high in New Zealand and young women are the most at risk of being harmed.
A group of Ocean View residents concerned about the safety of wildlife want dogs to be banned from their beach.
New Zealand Transport Agency roading projects - delayed and new - were discussed at a Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board meeting last week.
A North Taieri girl was ‘‘shocked’’ to qualify to represent her country in a horse riding competition in Australia.
Burger sales are skyrocketing for a Dunedin eatery since it was featured on an international travel website.
A trapping project has been launched to control the possum population of Chain Hills.
A call has been made for volunteers to collect money in Dunedin next week so puppies can start training to be guide dogs.
Christmas could be lacking an essential ingredient in Mosgiel this year.
Walton Park residents appear to be "scared'' of a new community fruit and vegetable stand in their neighbourhood.
A new honey shop has been a hive of activity since opening in Dunedin this year.
Fewer people wanted to become New Zealand citizens in Dunedin last year.
Meet some of Dunedin's newest citizens. Joby Joseph and his wife Anu, and daughter Serah, of Helensburgh, became NZ citizens with nearly 70 other people at a ceremony this week.