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.
Lorraine Brown has spent nearly half her life volunteering.
The Dunedin City Council is seeking feedback on a possible new roundabout.
University of Otago students are doing their bit to keep Borland Lodge open.
The Dunedin City Council is planning to remove an “unsafe” footbridge in East Taieri, but residents are upset about the consultation process. Jessica Wilson reports.
A Dunedin resident has an idea to make use of one of the city’s under-utilised areas.
A gym owner was met with “floods of support” when she announced her gym was reopening in Level 2.
“Bubble school” may be different for St Clair School pupils, but most have enjoyed it.
After 65 years in business, temporarily closing the doors on his Moray Pl barber shop was a sad moment for Selwyn Grave.
A plan is in place to beautify the Silver Stream bank.
Property maintenance operator Michael Lucas is looking forward to getting back to business.
The Dunedin BMX Club is hosting an event to raise money for a young rider with cancer.