Otago Peninsula should remain in the Dunedin South electorate boundary, community representatives say.
The new Boiler Point fishing jetty in Careys Bay is already proving popular with anglers, a month after it was installed by Port Otago.
Three Dunedin foodbanks have been given about 300 boxes of food each after the annual can collection.
The wish to help children overcome the fear of public speaking was the inspiration for a new children’s book by a Dunedin-based author and illustrator team.
Dunedin being chosen as a central hub for a new bus payment system being rolled out in nearly 30 municipalities across New Zealand is already benefiting the city’s economy, the team driving it says.
Cruise ship passengers’ desire to take shorter rail journeys could spell the end of the only train service to Middlemarch.
The Valley Project has been working to build and support the aspirations of the North East Valley community for the past 10 years.
After two years in the role, Town Belt Kaitiaki education co-ordinator Claudia Babirat has stood down to spend more time with her family.
The proliferation of freedom camping spots at roadside lay-bys and reserves at Brighton and Taieri Mouth is straining the tolerance of the local community.
Dunedin’s Newton family witnessed a special event at Woodhaugh Gardens on Sunday - the release of a rehabilitated kereru.
For Jekope Maiono, the sadness of family loss and the satisfaction of success will mean a bittersweet graduation from the University of Otago today.
A recent flood in South Canterbury highlighted just how easily the South Island can be effectively cut in two, disrupting supply chains and communications. Daisy Hudson takes a look at how Dunedin...
The cause of a major fire that burnt 30ha and closed several popular Dunedin tracks will never be known.
An early wake-up and a missing bottle of whisky have led to a man being sentenced to six months’ home detention.
Three Otago institutions are taking steps towards solving the critical shortage of health care workers in rural areas of New Zealand, by signing a memorandum of understanding.
E-scooter injury presentations at Dunedin’s emergency department have outpaced car-related ones in a sample from this year.
The University of Otago is considering pumping nearly $140 million into the redevelopment of its Dunedin health sciences precinct.
Otago Community Hospice chief executive Ginny Green yesterday urged Otago Polytechnic graduands to seize opportunities and not fret too much about planning every career step in advance.