A Dunedin high school is one of 12 in the country chosen to be part of an Education Review Office report.
The shelves at Presbyterian Support Otago are empty and ready to be filled.
A Mosgiel author has shared her tips with young aspiring writers.
Dust off your fascinator and get out your lounge suit; a royal celebration is coming to Mosgiel. Kind of.
Dunedin schools have moved to get on the front foot before the release of the second season of a controversial television show.
A bus stop in Marne St has been ruled out by officials, who say it would be too unsafe due to the risk of nearby rock falls.
Three university students are hoping to make charging your electric vehicle a little easier.
A hands-on science project is making its way into Dunedin primary school classrooms via an ancient worm that once delayed widening work on State Highway 1.
The Mosgiel-Taieri community board is in the ‘‘development stage’’ of aheritage project which will celebrate local sporting achievements.
A Dunedin weightlifter will be teaming up with some of the country’s best lifters in New Caledonia next month.
Being presented with his New Zealand playing shirt was an ‘‘unreal’’ experience for a Mosgiel footballer.
Children ran, scooted and biked their way around the new bike track at Sawyers Bay School this week.
Otago Peninsula Community Board chairman Paul Pope is pleased the Dunedin City Council is backing a community bid to get the Otago Regional Council to make changes to its bus service.
Two Dunedin high schools are bringing an Australian film to the stage.
A University of Otago student wants to shed light on people who use food banks, as she believes they are often blamed and ‘‘demonised’’ for needing help.
Almost 17,000 visits have been made to the South Dunedin pop-up hub during its first six months.
Otago's surf life-savers have clocked off for another year after performing more than 50 rescues, at least six times that of last season.
St Peter Chanel School pupils swapped their "cosy'' beds for cardboard shelters on Friday night.
Despite an estimated 60,000 people expected to visit Dunedin during Easter, plenty of accommodation is still available in the city, providers say.
Exercise equipment at Highland Park reserve has been removed due to concerns about privacy and noise, a Dunedin City Council representative says.