Four Dunedin women are putting in the extra miles for their end-of-year concert.
The sun's come out and so has a big crowd for Dunedin's Santa Parade.
For the past 18 years Dunedin residents have given generously to the annual Christmas can appeal and organisers are hoping for the same response this year.
The Portobello School pool is likely to open for the summer swimming season, after the school received funding to replace its chemical dosing system.
A Dunedin man is hoping the final reminder of ‘‘what was not meant to be’’ can be used to help a child in need.
A Dunedin man is helping other men improve their strength and balance through weekly exercise classes.
The pool of relief teachers in Dunedin has halved in the past decade, a worrying trend for educators.
Macandrew Bay Playcentre has bounced back after three ‘‘soul-destroying’’ floods.
While most university students tend to relax after finishing their exams, one student is strapping on her tramping pack and heading off on a 75-day walk of the South Island.
A Dunedin beekeeper is hoping for a warm summer.
The Otago University Students' Association's president for next year has set his sights on making the association more political, inclusive and sustainable.
Without hearing aids, hearing impaired people living in poverty are unable to go to school or work.
The bookbus is still in demand on the Otago Peninsula, despite borrowing numbers for Dunedin Public Libraries declining throughout the city.
Wayward hens inspired a Taieri woman to pick up her pen.
Otago Peninsula road-users are being encouraged to "take a big, deep breath'' and look out for each other, as more cyclists, runners and walkers start to share the road.
Four Dunedin secondary school pupils have returned from a ‘‘life-changing’’ trip to Shanghai.
Community involvement in protecting one of New Zealand's endangered species has been a highlight of an outgoing trust chairman's time in his role.
A curious sea lion was the inspiration behind a Dunedin artist's latest venture.
A pair of former cafe owners say telling their regular customers the business was shutting was "horrendous''.
A Logan Park High School pupil says his projects for the Science and Technology Fair have got progressively "bigger and more complex'' over the six years he has entered the competition.