It's paw patrol time for four new police graduates from Dunedin.
A Dunedin mobile game developer has launched new software to recreate the simplicity of 1980s computer games.
The wait is nearly over. Senior Constable Fred Jansen is educating motorists about correct use of signals when travelling around three new roundabouts in Green Island.
A birthday boy bypassed presents in a bid to get a new pool in Mosgiel built faster.
A power pole protruding from a Sunnyvale footpath is dangerous, a concerned resident says.
Dunedin is working up an appetite for food trucks serving fancier fare.
A Dunedin dancer is encouraging dads and babies to get moving and join a new class.
On his doctor’s advice, a Dunedin man limits his bacon intake to one day a year.
The search continues for a site to launch a night market in Dunedin.
Meet Dunedin's newest police college graduate. Constable Nicholas Hall is one of three new officers working in the Southern region.
Mosgiel Caravan Park residents remain in the dark on the Dunedin City Council's plans for their home.
Strath Taieri Community Board chairman Barry Williams has revealed his favoured design option for a new bridge across the Taieri River at Sutton.
Consumer NZ chief executive Sue Chetwin said she wanted the Government to ban the use of commercial and residential sunbeds as New Zealand had the highest rate of skin cancer in the world.
A fleet of eye-catching vehicles are set to star in a Dunedin car show.
The Government rewards lazy ‘‘losers’’ in need of ‘‘state care’’, Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board member Maurice Prendergast says.
A Dunedin patchwork and embroidery shop is closing after 35 years of business.
About 1200 model vehicles from across Otago are on display in Dunedin.
The vacant sole police officer position in Middlemarch is to be filled by Constable Allan Lynch when he moves from the Manawatu this month.
Concerns have been raised about the position of a street light which protudes from a new footpath in Fairfield.
Dunedin City Council contractors need to clean up their ‘‘awful mess’’ and finish a job in Abbotsford started a month ago, a resident says.