The spirit of nature glowed from within as the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival entertained onlookers in the Octagon last Saturday.
Fundraising by turning brass into gold — gold coins that is — are members of the Logan Park Jazz Band.
Sharing a story from her childhood in Delhi at multilingual storytelling festival Around the World in 80 Tales is Ambika Kohli, of Dunedin. Her story is called Arjun and the Bird's Eye, a tale from...
A proposed pump track for the Portobello Domain is a step closer, thanks to the Otago Peninsula Community Board.
The contribution of former Dunedin mayor Dave Cull to Portobello will be recognised with a commemorative plaque.
The benefits of giving clothing a second chance were highlighted last week at Kavanagh College.
Bullying and bathrooms were some of the topics explored during a rainbow panel discussion at St Hilda's Collegiate School last week.
A Dunedin man is re-energising Saturday cricket at the Montecillo Sports Ground.
Ice champions from across the country gathered in St Kilda for the Dunedin Ice Skating Club championships last weekend.
It was 1921 and rugby was returning to Dunedin after the great upheavals of World War1.
Heritage plants and heritage properties are both worth saving, but when one invades the other, neither can benefit.
Gradients on crossings at Cargill's Corner are causing concern for a local wheelchair user.
Dunedin landmarks will take on an orange glow this weekend in support of World Vision 40 Hour Famine.
Bringing a cheerful smile and a can-do attitude, Sharna Milner has been volunteering at Presbyterian Support Otago’s Octacan event for 10 years.
Fashion design student Katie Mangai wants to make maternity wear less of a hassle.
When the Covid-19 pandemic forced the country to flee offices and community spaces, Petridish co-founders Jason and Kate Lindsey wondered if it was the end.
A Dunedin City Councillor wants a report on the possibility of installing red light cameras at intersections.
Learning to walk is usually a proud moment for any parent, but for Sarah and Jason McCook, of North East Valley, it was the first sign something was wrong with their son, Connor.
Getting ready for a good old fashioned Scots celebration are the Haggis Protection Society members (from left) Sam Cadden, Ray O'Brien, Murdo Ross, James Lindsay and Christian Macfarlane.
Marching Otago members are stepping up for the new season.