A Dunedin cat owner has slammed a call to fence cats.
The Otago Community Trust is funding the cultivation of flavoursome fruit and lifelong learners in Dunedin.
A Mosgiel funeral director is retiring 50 years after having to make the sudden decision to leave school and take sole charge of the family business.
A Dunedin paramedic is training to complete a nearly 250km multisport event in a bid to help lower the suicide rate.
Mostly cats but also dogs, horses and birds feature among animals Dunedin firefighters have been deployed to rescue in the past five years.
A Dunedin woman has accepted an orphan goat into her home, slapped a nappy on it and given it a nightly sleeping spot in the marital bed.
Street lights are back on in Dunedin after a widespread outage was reported on Thursday night.
Residents are slamming the Otago Regional Council for inadequate infrastructure after yesterday’s heavy rain resulted in more flooding on the Taieri.
New Zealand Veterinary Association chief veterinary officer Helen Beattie is making a stand on the nation’s cat problem.
Half of the prizes in a national hairstyling competition were won by Dunedin stylists.
Emergency services rushed to a house on Otago Peninsula yesterday after a range of medical events was initially reported as relating to a gas leak, police say.
A large truck was stolen and dumped a short distance away in central Dunedin yesterday.
Emergency services rushed to a house on Otago Peninsula today after a range of medical events was initially reported as a gas leak, police say.
Elegant hats and gloves were a feature of the 80th birthday celebration of the Dunedin Travel Club yesterday.
A distressed woman called firefighters to rescue her cat from a roof in South Dunedin about 2.40am yesterday.
Firefighters had an early morning callout to rescue a cat stuck on the roof of a South Dunedin house today.
Dunedin dancers (from left) altar boy Matthew Lemon, flower girl Jasmine Potter and servant at the ball Asher Armstrong rehearse for the Royal New Zealand Ballet production Romeo and Juliet.
Dunedin commercial fisherman Gavin Heineman has been recognised at an awards ceremony for his innovation designed to protect seabirds.
A Dunedin woman rehabilitating New Zealand wood pigeons is ‘‘appalled’’ one of the native birds had to be euthanised after it was shot.
A fire investigator has been requested to examine a vehicle damaged by fire in Dunedin today.