Interest is growing in developing a sports hub as part of the Logan Park tennis upgrade.
The Dunedin City Council will be taking a "hard line" with residents putting rubbish in their yellow-lidded bins.
After more than 150 years of celebrating Scottish heritage, the Caledonian Society of Otago is winding up.
Holly Robinson has found the silver lining in an unusual year.
A Dunedin swim coach has earned a top qualification.
The Physio Pool has reopened but its long-term future remains uncertain.
Dunedin fashion designers are among the best young talent in the world.
Taieri College pupils have hit the right note.
Otago handball players finally have something to look forward to.
As demand for food parcels increases, one Dunedin organisation is hoping to keep its food bank well-stocked.
A programme which promotes healthy relationships to high school pupils starts this term.
Change is inevitable and can often lead to new opportunities, a life coach says.
An East Taieri resident is concerned about the speed limit and lack of signs on State Highway 1.
A lifeguard is thankful for his parents and positive role models.
The Silver Stream beautification project is growing.
Traffic in an Outram street has the potential to become like a "washing machine".
An Outram woman wants safer roads in her community.
The Taieri Rugby Football Club is getting an upgrade.
Tai Tupou has been given a second chance at a professional rugby career.
Some optometrists are seeing an increase in clients with eye strain due to extra screen time during the Covid-19 lockdown.