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.
The Green Party is poised to announce its own candidate for the Dunedin mayoral election race.
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.
With increasing financial pressures, the days of volunteer groups owning their own properties could be slowly coming to an end.
Skills which were once common place are slowly disappearing and are having impact on families everywhere, SuperGrans Dunedin manager Marie Sutherland says.
If they voted, students could have a big say in the way Dunedin is run, the Otago University Students Association president says.
Some bylaws governing where mobile food-sellers can and cannot go are too harsh and need to be relaxed, traders say.
After a massive response to its call for old curtains, the Dunedin Curtain Bank is ready to move on to the next stage of its development.
There is concern that someone using the Harbourside walk and cycleway could be seriously injured because of a blind corner.
More than $2.8 million has been paid out for accidents on school grounds in Dunedin during the past five years - representing about 40 accidents a week.
Parents involved with the Hereweka Junior Football Club are disappointed the council is only now trying to fix damage to the Portobello Domain - three weeks before the start of the season.
Coaches and parents of players at the Hereweka Junior Football Club are livid the Portobello Domain is still not in any condition for games to be played there, with the start of the season only two days away.
As more people realise they have a problem with violence and reach out for help, the organisation tasked with delivering courses to combat violence, Stopping Violence Dunedin, is finding itself under pressure financially to help those who need it.
The gates at the West Taieri Cemetery will be unlocked again after the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board decided not to continue locking them after a six-month trial.
With the warm weather slowly fading, Presbyterian Support Otago wants people to think about winter and any warm clothing that might be lying around.
A visit to a school in Texas has inspired King's High School rector Dan Reddiex to start a class focusing on developing better men.
An army is coming and Dunedin is preparing itself.
Families of pupils in East Otago who are no longer eligible for a school bus subsidy have a difficult decision to make about the future of their children's education, Dunedin North Labour MP David Clark says.