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''.
Dunedin is home to more dogs than any of the other Southern council territories.
A battle-worn Dunedin pony club has found a new home.
Dunedin pupils are underrepresented at events designed to inspire global citizens, a Mosgiel teenager says.
Neighbours surrounding a recommended site for a new $15 million aquatic facility in Mosgiel are slamming the Dunedin City Council for its lack of communication.