A combination of lollies and energy drinks was the secret formula which kept a group of Taieri College pupils running through the night at the weekend.
Many members of the Northeast Valley community came together yesterday for one day of education, art, music and science.
Flooding in Dunedin last month caused more than $500,000 damage to the city's transport network.
Southern District Health Board staff were relocated from two offices in the Dunedin Hospital after mould was found last week.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is annoyed "vested interests with deep pockets" have won a long battle with the Dunedin City Council over the sale of alcohol.
Firefighters battle a large, intense fire engulfing a hay barn at Hillend, near Balclutha.
Hundreds of Dunedin homes rented to short-term visitors could soon be hit with a rates increase.
A cyclist rides past the landslip at the Southern Cemetery in Dunedin. which came down during heavy rain last July.
Freedom campers owe the Dunedin City Council more than $65,000 in unpaid fines and much of it is almost impossible to recover because the campers have left the country.
After a betrayal of trust by one of its former members, the Otago Railway and Locomotive Society is ready to get back to restoring New Zealand's rail history.
Donald Carey was the lucky winner from more than 2500 entries in an Otago Daily Times competition at the Wanaka A&P Show - however, his friends were even luckier.
The Dunedin artist bringing Ed Sheeran to life on a Dunedin wall is including a message for one of the many critics seeing red over the mural.
Three cyclists were flown to Dunedin Hospital after a crash near Lauder in Central Otago.
Cast and crew of a movie focusing on the experience of Chinese goldminers in 1860s New Zealand were in action at Dunedin's Long Beach yesterday.
Three cyclists were flown to Dunedin hospital after a crash near Lauder in Central Otago.
Dunedin is attracting more overseas attention with another international brand using a city beach as a backdrop for its latest advertisement.
Dunedin is attracting more overseas attention with another international brand using an iconic city beach as a backdrop for its latest advertisement.
Zonta Yellow Rose recipients (from left), Fiona Nyhof, Sophie Barker, Michelle Chalklin-Sinclair, Liz Rowe and Suzanne Ellison at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery yesterday.
The problem of freedom campers is being assigned to a working party, to begin as soon as next month.
Almost gone are the days of couch burnings in North Dunedin, with the number of University of Otago students disciplined for fire-related incidents continuing to decline.