Bike lanes have become a source of tension between motorists and cyclists – so much so that the boil-over effect has been given a name: bikelash, and Dunedin is at the heart of a new study into the phenomenon.
A Dunedin school has shouted every pupil a new uniform in a bid to install "pride and a sense of belonging''.
Dunedin city councillors have aligned themselves with the city's community boards on the vexed topic of a proposed funding pool for elected members' remuneration.
Navigating a new place can be tricky at the best of times, let alone when you're running late for lectures - but a newly launched app from the University of Otago is changing that for students.
Dunedin schools appear to be supporting the pupil-organised School Strike 4 Climate rally in the Octagon next month.
A Dunedin poultry farmer has shut down her free-range egg business to focus on caring for her mother.
Dunedin mobile counselling service ChatBus is busier than ever as counsellors deal with a "marked increase'' in anxiety and anger among children.
A chilly, overcast day hasn't put off party time in Mosgiel today, with a big crowd expected at the Party in the Park event.
Genuine increased investment in primary care is essential to make health services sustainable, the outgoing chief executive of WellSouth says.
Former All Black captain and business leader David Kirk is optimistic about Dunedin's future as a top regional city, and says "liveability'' is a key factor.
Loneliness is one of the greatest challenges of growing old. Mike Houlahan looks at the challenge of keeping older people active in their community, and the role volunteers play.
The Ministry of Education has backed a University of Otago initiative aimed at improving students' mental health and wellbeing.
ACC'S proposed navigation service is a "step in the right direction'' but more resources are needed, if the corporation is to restore its public credibility, ACC campaigner Denise Powell says.
Two teams of Toitu Otago Settlers Museum staff are making good progress in catching up with a backlog of about 2000 donated artefacts that are to be formally included in the museum collection.
A proposed shakeup at the Otago Regional Council could affect nine roles, including director positions.
After nearly 135 years of protecting parishioners, the roof at Mosgiel Methodist Church is being replaced.