It is the little things which make all the difference for Dunedin miniaturist Jill York.
After a spate of burglaries the Green Island community is being asked to come together and look out for their neighbours.
A potential technological boost for Carisbrook School pupils and families would also benefit the entire South Dunedin community.
Dunedin man Sean Brosnahan came back from his last trip to Ireland with more than just souvenirs - he also came back as the head of his extended family.
With the future of education at their doorsteps, many Dunedin schools are holding out from upgrading to ultrafast broadband because it costs too much.
It seems some of Dunedin's trees of significance have trouble staying in the place they are supposed to be.
Every year, hundreds of fake driver's licences and passports are used by young people trying to get into bars. It may seem like an innocent crime, but anyone caught forging their age on their licence or passport could end up behind bars. The Star reporter Tim Miller took a closer look at the issue.
Dunedin tenants and landlords are being told to look out for scams targeting people using the internet to find flatmates and flats.
If you park on footpaths or incorrectly on a driveway, a Dunedin City Council crackdown might encourage you to think twice. Tim Miller reports. It might seem like a timesaver but parking on the...
A Dunedin student has been left with the blues after his prize saxophone was taken from his car last weekend.
The removal of four old coal boilers from Speight's Brewery this week could serendipitously solve a heating headache for the Dunedin Gasworks Museum in South Dunedin.
Harold the Giraffe and the Life Education programme in Dunedin face an uncertain future if the organisation cannot find more money during the next six months.
Wanted: one large sword and an oversized shield, thought to be hanging on the wall in rugby lover's home.
A member of the Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board says the board is a shambles and has abdicated its responsibilities in giving money to a community group last week.
The Dunedin City Council's decision to go ahead with the upgrade of the the city's bus shelters during one of the coldest months of the year has not gone down well with everyone.
A Dunedin man whose property is being used as an unofficial rubbish tip says he expects more rubbish to be dumped now the council wants to increase fees at the Green Island transfer station.
After years of waiting, work is finally ready to start on the restoration of the Iona Church in Port Chalmers.
Community organisations are being advised to make sure their phone and computer systems are protected, after a small non-profit group based in Dunedin was targeted by hackers.