While most of us don't want to know about the creepy crawlies in our backyards, a group of Arthur Street School pupils are excited to see what they can find.
Pukehiki residents are calling for the speed limit to be lowered after a series of near misses at an intersection.
The Dunedin Red Cross is supporting families affected by the Christchurch terror attacks, and is looking forward to welcoming a new group of refugees to Dunedin next month.
Three more Dunedin football clubs have been given potentially life-saving equipment.
The Ministry of Education has backed a University of Otago initiative aimed at improving students' mental health and wellbeing.
Life Matters Suicide Prevention Trust's new car will help spread the message that it's OK to ask for help.
Look out for your friends. That's the message from Rape Crisis and University of Otago's proctor for students this Orientation Week.
Otago University Students' Association's Orientation Week has begun.
Mosgiel residents and social services are set to create a "village hub'' to give older residents a place to get information about groups and services, and socialise.
Increasing community consultation and making South Dunedin a desirable place to live is at the top of its new community development officer’s list.
The Otago Peninsula Community Board has backed a resident’s bid to have the name of Desert Rd, off Harington Point Rd, changed.
The completion of Dunedin Riding for the Disabled’s canopy as part of the new covered arena has allowed the organisation to extend its disabilities programme to all year round.
Volunteering may not be the "welcome party'' first-year University of Otago students initially had in mind, but 1300 of them have signed to help Dunedin's community groups.
Life as the Quarantine Island keeper is ‘‘diverse’’ and requires a range of skills, says Dries Van den Broeck, who took on the role just over a year ago.
Mel Kirk is loving every minute of running her own fitness studio, two years after taking on the challenge.
While the regular book buses may be having their Christmas holidays, one special bus is heading back to work early for a "tiki tour'' of the city's summer hotspots.
Two years ago, Glen Riley spent Christmas Day confined to his bed.
Ariah Gillon-Smith is looking forward to Christmas, and has a long list of present requests.
The Otago Heritage Bus Society is cutting back its Christmas Day services due to a decrease in passengers.
For the past month at Elm Grove School, in Mosgiel, there have been 10 sets of twins - six identical and four fraternal.