A former immigrant fighting for unpaid wages earned in Dunedin is slamming the Government for the time it took to investigate his now bankrupt employer.
Taieri voters - get set to meet the candidates next week.
A flower show's future could wilt and fall in Outram after this week, ending an 86-year history.
It’s impossible to pigeonhole Dunedin transgender woman Jenny Kendrick.
The poisoning of hundreds of heritage roses in a Dunedin cemetery remains a mystery but as a rally to replant nears an end, the celebrations are set to begin.
Concerns about the proposed location of a new stormwater pumping station in Mosgiel are starting to flood in.
A big blue wall in Mosgiel is available for a mural.
People can surf the internet for free at Wi-Fi hot spots across Dunedin - but some are hotter than others.
Dunedin lawn bowlers struggling to get down to deliver have been invited to try a device designed to extend their playing days and keep greenkeepers happy.
A historic drainage pump which helped transform the Taieri from a swamp to productive land is set for display.
Funds raised in a Dunedin seaside village are destined to benefit schoolchildren in East Africa.
A Bill proposing measures to protect vulnerable people against loan sharks needs more teeth, a Dunedin budget adviser says.
Overseas gambling sites need tighter restrictions to protect the vulnerable, a Dunedin counsellor says.
A headstrong Dunedin woman has launched a business to help people get more out of life.
The "policing public'' who persecute travellers need to mind their own business, a Dunedin man says.
The University of Otago Squash Club in North Dunedin has been served an eviction notice.
A Dunedin medical detection dog has been given a "key to the city''.
A Dunedin coffee-tech start-up venture has discovered an unexpected market.
A call is being made for information on Speight's Brewery staff tenures spanning more than 20 years.
Australian freedom camper Joe Flinter began a freedom camping trip in Queenstown this week with the aim of "seeing as much of the South Island as possible''.