For the first time in the club’s 148-year history, Green Island Junior Football Club has a female president.
George Ellis was helping fill the cracks in Edward and Mitchells St when the Abbotsford slip occurred 40 years ago.
Exercise equipment at Highland Park reserve has been removed due to concerns about privacy and noise, a Dunedin City Council representative says.
Otago Peninsula bus advocates are "delighted'' Otago Regional Councillors have voted in favour of making their suggested changes to the bus service.
A Dunedin high school is one of 12 in the country chosen to be part of an Education Review Office report.
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.
Two years of Youth Employment Success (YES) was celebrated on Tuesday night at an event attended by more than 100 YES youth friendly employers and supporters.
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.