The Iona Church clock face is about to receive some much-needed care and attention after more than 100 years of neglect.
The British are coming - well, their food is anyway.
Nick Pow is the first to admit his hobby may seem a bit silly, but he and his radio control car club mates take it seriously. Tim Miller reports.
Pulling on an All Blacks jersey is a dream of many young boys across New Zealand, but Dunedin schoolboy Jack Buchan has a slightly different rugby dream.
It seems Dunedin residents have eclectic views when it comes to pondering the future of the city they live in.
The addition of a new pedestrian crossing in North Rd could still be three or four years away because of a lack of feedback from the Northeast Valley community on the issue.
Hundreds of residents have signed a petition asking the Dunedin City Council and University of Otago to be more proactive in dealing with rubbish left strewn across Castle St. Tim Miller reports.
Each year schools with pools are struggling to find the money needed to keep them open, leading some schools to question the rationale behind the Dunedin City Council funding some school pools but not others.
A catch-up over coffee nearly landed the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board in hot water after members of the public complained it was meeting in secret.
A Dunedin tour operator says the Dunedin City Council is favouring big cruise-ship companies by not allowing local operators to sell their tours in the Octagon.
Kim and Matthew Morgan fear proposed changes to the mobile trading bylaw could see their food truck go out of business - a business the United States migrants have used to forge a new life in...
Dunedin needs to take the opportunity of having the fastest internet in the southern hemisphere seriously and get behind the Gigatown competition.
Plans for a community garden in Brighton have made a leap forward and the majority of residents have lent their support.
Election overload may have dampened voter response to the referendum on assets sales.
For the past 50 years, Dunedin woman Glenis Whipp has been passing on old-fashioned skills to new generations of girls.
The blokes from the Taieri Blokes Shed are tackling their biggest project to date - their new shed.
When newlyweds Betty and James Downes moved to Mosgiel from Dunedin more than 60 years ago there was nowhere else they wanted to be.
The world of teenagers is much more sexualised than many parents and teachers want to believe, a sex education consultant says.
You name it, and during the past year the Green Island Scouts have done it trying to raise money to go to the most exciting event on the scouting calender.
With Christmas just around the corner, the Salvation Army foodbank is preparing for its busiest time of the year.