A shortage of volunteers for clinical drug trials in Dunedin means a research company has been turning down contracts.
Trampoline injuries in Dunedin continue to soar at a greater rate than the national average, despite the city rebounding from a spike in injuries.
Government ministers are considering two alternative networks of marine protected areas along the southeast coast of the South Island. Reporter Shawn McAvinue talks to a recreational fisherman and a conservationist about one option.
A ‘‘battleworn’’ Dunedin pony club is seeking a new home.
Dunedin is the latest stop for a retired Dutch couple on a nearly 130,000km trip around the world in a car more than 100 years old.
Some Dunedin pet owners visiting St Clair Beach are finding themselves in the dog box.
The owner of a Dunedin furniture and homeware store has no regrets about moving her business to Mosgiel.
A lone parking space in Mosgiel blamed for causing congestion will remain.
Brighton Domain and how much of it should be available for freedom camping is to be investigated.
The Saddle Hill Community Board has joined an effort to keep footpaths clear for pedestrians.
Coast to Coast racer Scott Weatherall thanked his family and friends for their "insane" support, at a function in Brighton last week.
Lines of cruise ship visitors snaked along Dunedin footpaths yesterday afternoon, some passengers saying they had been waiting for up to two hours.
The Dunedin City Council has earmarked $2.8million to create a new cemetery on the Taieri.
A problematic intersection in Mosgiel is set to be widened and straightened to accommodate heavy vehicles with wide loads.
A pump station which failed to move water fast enough to stop flooding earlier this month will be upgraded, the Dunedin City Council says.
The Dunedin City Council giving Mosgiel residents ''putrid-tasting'' chlorinated water and ''toxic'' fluoride were discussion points at a recent meeting in the town.
For Mosgiel residents to return to drinking bore water would require new infrastructure costing up to $20 million, the Dunedin City Council says.
A 109-year-old racing car as fast as a ''robber's dog shot in the bum'' is ready for the Brighton Veteran Car Rally on Saturday.
Yabba dabba doo!
Freedom campers flock to Ocean View Recreation Reserve and Brighton Domain over summer. Reporter Shawn McAvinue talks to three separate parties of German campers about their stay on the Taieri coast.