An Abbotsford family is pleased a new partnership will result in more servings of porridge to nourish them in the morning.
About 200 people attended an Armistice Day remembrance service at the Dunedin Cenotaph in Queens Gardens yesterday.
For Startup Dunedin's Audacious latestnine-week programme, University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic students take an idea to solve a problem and make it a business. In a series...
Shawn McAvinue talks to Jordan Frost (20), of Shiel Hill, about the app he designed which allows runners to create a playlist of songs which share the same number of beats per minute.
A growing trend of children aged younger than 10 being referred for mental health services is emerging in Dunedin, a mental health services director says.
A South Dunedin man is calling for contractors to remove the mature trees lining the street outside his home.
A Maryhill woman fears a Dunedin City Council "cost-cutting exercise" could be the "beginning of the end" for the trees lining her street.
Scores of new Dunedin citizens are being given the chance to celebrate after a pandemic robbed them of an opportunity to swear allegiance to the Queen.
A call has been made for a 4WD fleet to explore a tussock-covered mountain folds of the Lammermoor Range.
Dunedin principals are calculating the cost of plummeting rolls in their international pupil programmes.
Self-proclaimed "public law geek" Rachel Brooking is "exceptionally happy" to be a new Dunedin Labour MP.
Taieri College is putting its international pupil programme into "hibernation" next year as a Dunedin host family calls for the Government to open its borders to foreign pupils.