A programme to protect babies and young children in Dunedin has been granted funding for a few more years but those in rural areas remain at risk, a social agency director says.
Members of the 60+ tramping club in Dunedin range in age up to 84, but are ready for the challenge of Coronet Peak.
Former prime minister Helen Clark packed out a South Dunedin theatre last night with a talk on poverty, inequality and hope.
A section of the walking and cycling track between Dunedin and Port Chalmers was officially opened on Saturday.
An early arrival pushed a wedding out a day and into the chapel of Dunedin Hospital.
The dead were celebrated by a Hispanic group on Saturday to keep the language and culture of Latin America alive in Dunedin.
Members of the Cosy Dell Tennis Club celebrated the its centenary in Dunedin with pinstripes, pretty dresses, bonnets and bow ties on Saturday afternoon.
A new off-road vehicle that resembled a mix of rickshaw and wheelbarrow had a trial run in Dunedin yesterday, its first outing in New Zealand.
The process of breeding better queen bees began for the year in Mosgiel early last week.
The "cool idea" of an open wall refrigerator has won a student from Dunedin some cold cash at an international design award in Italy - and is impressing internet users.
Staff are 'devastated' after fire gutted the premises of printing business Colortronics in central Dunedin yesterday, destroying recently-installed new machinery.
A Dunedin school pupil has tasted sweet success in reaching the final of a national competition for his science project on honeybees.
Gumboots may be the footwear of choice at the "Party in the Puddle" at the Wingatui races today, organisers say.
A successful foster parent should never give up on a young person - or the cooking of Sunday roasts, a Dunedin foster child says.
The best skateboarders in Dunedin will get technical on the rooftop of Northland Mall in Christchurch today.
Community organisations prepared for disaster in Dunedin this week.
The final HortTalk of the year at the Dunedin Botanic Garden Centre yesterday had a sting in its tail.
Devoted youth workers are burning out, so a Dunedin student is flying to East Africa to research if the mental fatigue only manifests itself in the Western World.
The side of a woman's head is not the place you'd expect to find a walrus moustache, but a Dunedin woman now has a unique hairdo she hopes will raise a lot of money for men's health.
The green waste dumped and leaching into Dunedin's urban streams is "offensive" and endangering the brown trout, Fish and Game says.