A new pool in Mosgiel will open nearly a decade after a community trust first floated the idea to the Dunedin City Council.
A punt two Dunedin business partners took on restoring a historic horse stables is beginning to pay off.
Just like the third pig in the fable, hard work is paying off for a Dunedin builder who won prizes at the House of the Year Awards on Friday.
Otago graduation ceremonies affecting hundreds of students have been called off this week after a security threat, and though disappointed, one student believes it was the right thing to do.
Middlemarch constable Allan Lynch is calling for change as motorists continue to ignore a stop sign in the settlement.
Tribal Nations Motorcycle Club ambassador Garry McLennan and fellow members welcome ChatBus chief executive Averil Pierce after giving the charity $1200 in Dunedin on Monday.
A call is out for hundreds of gifts to ensure every child on the Taieri gets a present this Christmas.
For Startup Dunedin's latest nine-week Audacious programme, University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic students take an idea to solve a problem and make it a business. In this series,...
"Spray — Blueskin Bay — no way", chanted Waikouaiti Coast Community Board member Mandy Mayhem-Bullock.
A car was nearly crushed by a falling tree near the spot a Waikouaiti woman was killed in similar circumstances a week later.
A funding application to launch a community centre in Warrington has been approved after "lying on the table" for three months.