Citizens of Iceland have become more aware of their voice after the 2008 financial crash, visiting Icelandic activist Hordur Torfason said in Dunedin this week.
Dunedin ratepayers need more financial protection from failed genetic modification experiments, Soil and Health Association Dunedin spokeswoman Philippa Jamieson says.
A Dunedin grandmother says a Dunedin City Council property manager ''threatened'' her with eviction and having her granddaughters put in foster care if the children were still living in her council flat today.
A downsizing Dunedin pilot has visited an old aircraft, of the type he trained in during World War 2.
A government scheme to recycle unwanted televisions started in the South yesterday.
Recreational and commercial paua divers in Otago and Southland should stop arguing about access to paua fisheries and help reseed paua beds with larvae, like a market gardener would sow seeds in a paddock, Southern Shellfish fishery scientist Bob Street says.
A photographic exhibition of the contrasts in Chinese culture opens in Dunedin today.
Former all Black Kees Meeuws was in the front row again, at the ''paua to the people'' protest in Dunedin yesterday, to protect the recreational paua fishery for his children.
An Icelandic activist will speak about modern democracy to an ''open-minded'' Dunedin audience next week, as part of his national tour.
All Whites Tommy Smith and Leo Bertos talked to King's High School senior academy footballers in Dunedin yesterday about dreaming the ''impossible dream'' of being a professional footballer.
More dyslexic adults are returning to the classroom to improve their reading and writing to cope in a modern working world, a Dunedin teacher says.
Affectionate tabby cats and abundant rabbits will briefly be half price at the SPCA in Dunedin.
Having Tourette's syndrome and playing poker is difficult, says a 2013 Dunedin Fringe Festival comedian.
A groundswell of opposition to a proposal on opening areas to commercial paua harvesting in Otago and Southland was heard at the South Coast Boardriders Club in Dunedin last night.
A volunteering Otago referral service is helping Otago residents recover from mental health issues.
Citizens Advice Bureau awareness week started yesterday, with a focus on rental housing.
Channel 9 viewers can watch their favourite shows on the Freeview HD platform from Wednesday.
Battling blindness and bad hips has only bolstered the 60-year marriage of a Dunedin couple.
The drought has impaired the fundraising effort of a former All Black cycling the length of New Zealand, Neonatal Trust chief executive Michael Meads says.
Fast fashion is so last season, an international iD Dunedin Fashion Week judge says.