New cycle lanes along State Highway 1 in central and North Dunedin have been officially opened.
Outram School pupils, parents and staff dived head first into a "Swimathon'' recently.
Home is where the heart is for Dunedin dentist Jessie Wilson.
The bright orange glow of a Dunedin country pub is history.
The Government is aiming to scrap a scheme allowing some employers to pay disabled staff less than the minimum wage.
If you’ve fallen over Rover or had a puss scratch your mush, you’re not alone.
A call has been made for a modest former Black Cap to be selected for a project recognising Taieri people who have achieved excellence in their field.
A Dunedin poultry farmer has shut down her free-range egg business to focus on caring for her mother.
A chilly, overcast day hasn't put off party time in Mosgiel today, with a big crowd expected at the Party in the Park event.
A Dunedin school has shouted every pupil a new uniform in a bid to install "pride and a sense of belonging''.
Meet Dunedin's newest frontline cop.
The longest-running $2 shop in Dunedin is closing next week.
The former Mosgiel Railway Station building has a new tenant but it will only be open to members to use as a storage and distribution centre and wholesale retail outlet.
A search continues to find a solution for an unwanted gift scattered across Mosgiel.
A Dunedin woman is calling for action after the cost of having her rubbish collected nearly doubled.
The weather was hot in Dunedin last month but it was cooler across than city than in January last year.
It was the end of a chapter for a bookstore at Dunedin Airport which closed on Friday.
A documentary to celebrate a ‘‘humble’’ Dunedin artist is being made by her daughter.
A spin-off of a new community partnership is Mosgiel police station being open to the public for longer.
A revised book covering nearly 200 years of history of the Taieri Mouth district is set to be launched on Waitangi Day.