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.
Bayfield High School design pupils are a cut above the rest.
A dress designed by a Dunedin teenager will be on display on the other side of the world.
Dunedin swimmer Courtland Ellis is set to make a splash overseas.
A group of Dunedin pupils are encouraging residents to combine photography and nature for their new competition.
Favourite fictional characters — including some from Star Wars, Dr Who, Scooby Doo and Moana — will come together in Fairfield School’s production at the end of the month.
A Columba College pupil has been splitting her time between Dunedin and Christchurch to play the sport she loves.
Glendale Retirement Home is proving that life does not stop when you live in a rest-home.
A Dunedin darts player is the sole Otago representative to be selected in a national team. Nick Kohey, of the Dunedin Metropolitan club, was named in the New Zealand youth darts team, which will compete in Australia in October.
While he may not compete much anymore, a University of Otago student's "party trick'' has landed him a spot in national team, the Black Stacks.
Dunedin supermarkets are pledging to be plastic bag-free by the end of the year — and their customers are already following suit.
The Dunedin City Council is on the hunt for suitable space for new recycling hubs following the ‘‘overwhelming’’ success of the first two.
Businesses in Great King St are concerned about losing car parking when the Otago Regional Council’s bus hub is built, but many feel the hub will bring more foot traffic to the area.
A Mosgiel teenager is filling a void in the local music scene.
Shop on Taieri is under new ownership. The shop, in Gordon Rd, was ‘‘gifted’’ to the Saddle Hill Foundation Trust by Presbyterian Support Otago (PSO) on July 2.
The Saddle Hill Foundation Trust has been given a $20,000 boost, which will keep its youth programmes running.
Glendale Retirement Home residents and staff are escaping Dunedin winter and setting sail to Fiji.
While most pupils are exposed to drugs and alcohol outside school, it is important for schools to be equipped to deal with issues that may arise from them, a national youth services adviser says.