Residents of Outram are concerned their water supply will be contaminated should a development on the edge of the town be approved.
Dozens of people were in stitches at Otago Museum on Saturday during a World Knit in Public Day event.
Olveston Historic Home visitor numbers have plummeted since international borders closed, and other cultural sites are also feeling the pinch.
Decked out in vintage fashion, Mia Kitchingman (left) and Bella Wright (both 14), enjoy Dunedin’s youth pride ball at the Otago Museum on Saturday night.
Oceans are warming, coral reefs are disappearing and sea levels are rising, but nevertheless the oceans’ own role in the fight against climate change was not part of the landmark climate change...
Local body and Government health officials are refusing to be drawn on how they will ensure the new Dunedin Hospital has sufficient parking — and nurses are not happy.
Sometimes, going to a bird show can be an ego-booster — particularly when you walk through the front door and a voice tells you, "You’re a pretty boy".
Julie "KneecappHer" Mitchell and Roxy "Glitzn’whamHer" Bretton do their share as about 30 Dunedin Derby members make 14,064 cheese rolls at the Dunedin Theosophical Society, in Caversham, on Saturday.
The north Dunedin skyline is about to change again as construction workers put the finishing touches on the concrete foundations for the new $100million Te Rangihiroa Residential College.
A decade-long dream will become reality this week when a new extension to the Waikouaiti Coast Heritage Centre is opened to the public.
A hardy band of local naturists soak up heat from a bonfire after plunging into the wintry waters at Warrington Beach at noon yesterday.
An investigation by power company Aurora Energy has found a new pole was "most likely" behind repeated power outages in a Dunedin suburb late last year.
Dozens of animals have been zapped by police since the tasering of an Oamaru goat sparked national outrage.
The Southern District Health Board is now sorting through expressions of interest in caring for up to 200 cancer patients whose treatment it recently tendered out.
Slimy, crunchy and revolting were just some of the words used to describe the edible insects shared with Dunedin high school pupils at a seminar exploring alternative proteins.
It was double delight for this year’s “New Chapters” winner after the same man claimed both short-story and poetry prizes.
Reducing bus fares is an "easy win" in mitigating climate change, a youth-led climate change organisation says.