A new app with links to services and information for older people has been launched.
For the first time in the club’s 148-year history, Green Island Junior Football Club has a female president.
Winning the New Zealand championship is yet to sink in for a Gore player.
A new community pantry is officially open in South Dunedin.
A desire to give people opportunities in cheerleading led Graham Versfeld to start Eclipse Cheerleading almost a year ago.
Lauren Paterson is blocking goals on the field and achieving goals off it.
The Pukehiki Church Trust is making progress towards funding the first phase of its building restoration.
Two Otago water polo players have been selected in a national team.
Donations are still being counted, but Presbyterian Support Otago's Octacan organisers hope to have collected about 15,000 cans at this year's appeal.
A Dunedin pensioner is upset a local business accused him of dumping rubbish on its property.
More people are choosing to make Dunedin home, recent data has revealed.
Last year’s ‘‘magnificent concerts’’ and the rise of non-commercial accommodation may be a factor in a decrease of guest nights in Dunedin in the year to March 31.
Dunedin Pride is launching a social and networking group for members of the trans and gender-diverse community.
A petition to open the toilets at Chingford Park has been successful.
Elderly and disabled people have issues with Dunedin's bus system, advocates say.
Technology may have changed in the past 25 years, but the Life Education Trust’s values have remained the same.
Talking about suicide is one of the key prevention methods for youth, an academic says.
Defecating campers have no place at Smaills Beach - and freedom camping should be banned from the area altogether, a Tomahawk resident says.
A North East Valley woman wants to liberate the loos in Chingford Park.
The owners of a new restaurant in Macandrew Bay moved their business from Waikaia after a "little birdie'' told them about the vacant premises.