A pack of motorcycle riders departed Dunedin on a ‘‘poker run’’ on Saturday to raise money for children dealing with heart defects.
Meet Dunedin’s newest police recruits. Three women —Janna Curson, Erin Doherty and Georgia Williams — recently graduated from the Royal New Zealand Police College in Porirua and were deployed to Dunedin.
Police are yet to install tracking devices in their vehicles despite the technology being used by ambulance and fire services in Dunedin for several years.
Shoppers are divided over whether a Dunedin retailer should be selling Christmas items in September.
A volunteer group "as fit as buck rats'' has been recognised for its work maintaining back-country walking tracks in Dunedin.
Mosgiel Volunteer Fire Brigade members have different ranks but share the same drive to help people having a bad day.
A group of "savvy'' Dunedin school pupils have launched an almond butter as part of the Young Enterprise Scheme programme.
Gold Star Takeaways co-owner Minnie Yan presents a battered cheese roll at her Dunedin shop yesterday.
Deep-fried cheese rolls are a hot seller in a Dunedin takeaway shop.
A section of a Dunedin road is on track to retain its record of producing the most mobile speed camera tickets. And it is not a record police are pleased about. Shawn McAvinue reports.
Farmers ‘‘misusing’’ the Otago Central Rail Trail have been slammed by the Department of Conservation and Otago Central Rail Trail Charitable Trust.
Residents of a Mosgiel street fear a child will be killed if the Dunedin City Council fails to install measures to slow down speeding motorists.
Concerns about motorists speeding in a Mosgiel street have been shared; but for police to act, witnesses need to front up in court.
A former top Taieri cop has a had a career change but continues his community work.
A call has gone out for singers to ‘‘have a go’’ as entries open for the Country Music Dunedin Awards in Wingatui.
The dream of a big Lotto win is alive and well in Dunedin, with almost $70 million being spent in five years.
A Dunedin businessman has expanded his eatery empire.
It appears the American poet Robert Frost was right when he said "good fences make good neighbours''.
A Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board member has asked the board's chairwoman if she is looking for a "bare-knuckled encounter'' over a submission on ageing.
A design project has been launched to help develop new play equipment for Dunedin's "dinosaur park''.