The number of cases of elder abuse and neglect referred to Age Concern Otago continues to rise, those working for the organisation say.
For seven years, Rose McRobie has been trying to get an answer from the Dunedin City Council. But neither she nor her property can wait any longer.
More than $25,000 was raised for leukaemia research as Dunedin residents parted with their hair and their cash this week.
Things may have changed, but the memories came flooding back as Anderson's Bay School's class of 1942 visited the school yesterday.
A new website will provide water users with information about the health of New Zealand's waterways.
Dunedin is a step closer to becoming New Zealand's official home of literature.
Dunedin woman Michelle Chalklin-Sinclair was hoping it would be third time lucky when it came to seeing the Rolling Stones in concert.
The seismic exploration vessel MV Aquila Explorer made a brief stop in Dunedin this week.
Every rhinestone cowboy and coal miner's daughter in the county will be riding into Mosgiel for Silverpeaks Country Music Club's annual hoedown this weekend.
Jeannie Coburn and her St Clair neighbours Sharon McKay and Wayne McFarlane are steadfast in their fight against the Dunedin City Council over historic boundary encroachment issues.
Users of call minder services should take precautions and increase security, a Dunedin communications consultant has warned.
That it took more than eight years for answers to be forthcoming in the Shane Cribb case is ''totally and utterly unacceptable'', legal expert Mark Henaghan says.
The fact police eventually got it right in the case of Shane Cribb should go some way to restoring public confidence, New Zealand Police Association president Greg O'Connor says.
Otago's top policeman, Southern district commander Superintendent Andrew Coster, says he has confidence in policing in Alexandra.
What do you get when you combine a Chinese teenager, more than a dozen steel hoops and a colourful unitard? A school hall full of screaming and excited children, of course.
A group of high school pupils got the shock of their lives yesterday, but it was hoped the message delivered would help prolong them.
A group of preschoolers brushed up their teeth-cleaning skills on one of the Harbour Mouth Molars in Dunedin yesterday.
The Otago Gundog Club is hoping to attract new members as it hosts a trial at McKays Triangle, in Dukes Rd, Mosgiel, on Sunday.
Riccarton Rd residents appear to be split over the potential benefits and pitfalls of widening the road.
Another step was taken in the redevelopment of a notable Dunedin building on Friday. In fact, it was a flight of steps.