A Dunedin church group has bought the former United Services Community Club in South Dunedin.
An Aramoana woman has turned her home into a castle after an epiphany led her to build turrets, which she has done with the help of her friend building an ark next door.
A short drive past lupins and cabbage trees, beyond a stone fence chicane is Purakaunui, a settlement just over the hill from Dunedin, but ''a million miles away''.
Installing the weathered steel roof on an information kiosk in Aramoana yesterday are Rod Densen (left) and Geoff McClelland.
Former Dunedin resident Kenneth Fleck (39) is no stranger to helping people.
The recent shootings in Connecticut have generated debate about gun ownership law in New Zealand.
The sweet-smelling cream and purple trumpet flowers on the towering lilies have taken their time to put on a spectacular show in Mosgiel.
A Dunedin man becoming a finalist in the Senior New Zealander of the Year awards is a fitting way to finish a career with the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
Motorists can offset rising petrol prices by changing their driving style, the AA says.
The Government's Energywise website has launched an online tool designed to illustrate how small changes to driving style and car maintenance can lead to big fuel savings.
A real Christmas tree decorated without tacky tinsel won the Regent Theatre a prize of $500 for it and $750 for its favourite charity - the Regent Theatre.
The wait for Christmas is nearly over but many Otago residents will continue to wait, not for Santa, but for a doctor.
The executive officer of the Council of Social Services Dunedin has resigned to take on a similar role in West Auckland.
A Korean couple who met during the Korean War became New Zealand citizens in Dunedin yesterday and are looking forward to a retirement in Dunedin of golf, gardening and watching their grandchildren grow.
A cup of tea and the first installment of $540,000 in donations to promote peace were shared between a Hiroshima resident and University of Otago staff in Dunedin on Tuesday afternoon.
Dunedin resident Lynnette Scott called her son as soon as she heard her entry had been picked from 700 others in the draw for the Highlanders jersey giveaway.
Frosty is melting in the bathtub and other decorations are spilling out of a Mosgiel house this Christmas.
A chemical smell sparked an armed police callout in Northeast Valley yesterday afternoon.
A man wielding a hammer and wearing a balaclava entered the Pine Hill Dairy five minutes after it opened on Sunday morning.
More than 150 eager children from Otago and Southland send Santa a letter between Boxing and Labour Day but Santa waits until November to reply.