A free lifestyle course aimed at helping people at risk from diabetes to take control of their health was so popular a second group had to be added.
Some people say "stop preaching, old bat", but that doesn't stop Anne Marie Parsons offering free facemasks to people waiting for the bus near her home.
The future of the Dunedin Physio Pool is expected to become less murky when the Southern District Health Board meets next week.
A call for relatives of conscientious objectors to be associated with the Archibald Baxter peace memorial has resulted in about 30 people coming forward.
Many have felt the upheavals of work and direction during challenging economic times. Kaeiuea Bakeua has found new purpose by going beyond her comfort zone.
The very early seeds have been planted for an upgrade of the lower Moray Pl car park and office building.
Electric vehicles could soon prove a boon for farmers, tradies and others, an Otago Polytechnic automotive lecturer believes.
Community consultation on the trial Mosgiel-Taieri Safer School Streets project showed support for lower speed limits near schools, but new crossing locations didn't get public endorsement.
A hotel could be built at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium as part of an ambitious development taking the South Island’s premier stadium to another level.
The phrase "signing your own death warrant" is loosely used, but Glenn Blundell knows exactly how that feels.
Hazel Heal’s advocacy for career criminal Arthur Taylor has thrown the Dunedin lawyer into the national spotlight, and changed her life in a multitude of ways. Before the release of Mr Taylor’s new...
A huge proportion of Dunedin people live outside the city and don’t feel they're being considered, the chairman of a fledgling residents’ association says.
Local skate parks may be set for a facelift if the Dunedin City Council pumps $6.5 million into city playgrounds over the next three years as outlined in a proposed plan.
A Mosgiel woman was shocked when she was told she was facing a 360km road trip, each way, to repair her Tesla.
Resident Anthony Doesburg and Dunedin City Mayor Aaron Hawkins planted a southern rata at the official opening of Toiora High Street Cohousing project on the edge of Mornngton.
"Unseasonably" and "unusually" warm and dry weather may be on the way for coastal Otago residents over the next three months, as Niwa watches for another La Nina weather system.