The hunt is on for any stories or artefacts relating to the activity of local women during World War 1.
Competing in an international modelling competition may be a new step for one Dunedin woman, but she is taking it all in her stride.
Vivien Adams, who works as a housekeeper at Larnach Castle, said being injured gave her the time to work on a sixth novel, which she completed during last month’s National Novel Writing Month.
Respondents to this year’s Greater Green Island Community Network household survey have accentuated the positives, 95% of residents saying the area is a good place to live.
As the impact of kitten season begins to be seen, SPCA Otago is putting out the call for more fosterers.
It may have taken only five loaves and two fishes to feed 5000 people in the Bible, but feeding about 600 people at Dunedin Town Hall on Christmas Day will be bigger than Ben Hur.
The group behind bringing Cobb & Co to Dunedin Railway Station has moved to clarify aspects of the project, in response to public comment.
The Kaikoura earthquakes have given community boards a chance to review their civil defence procedures, Otago Peninsula Community Board chairman Paul Pope says.
Reneging on an undertaking to earmark a strategic piece of land for the Dunedin Hospital rebuild has undermined the city’s two leading institutions, former Dunedin City councillor Hilary Calvert says.
After months of uncertainty, mail delivery is highly likely to continue at the Karitane store for Karitane residents who wish to collect their mail there.
Police were called to a suspicious car fire in Dunedin this morning.
The Minister for Social Development says she expects Child, Youth and Family to review how a vulnerable teenager came to be placed at an address frequented by a Mongrel Mob associate.
Twenty-five years ago, Dawn Barnes was in a dark place.
Big spending did not necessarily pay off in Dunedin’s October local government elections.
Emergency services crew load a Christchurch man with suspected serious injuries into the Otago Regional Rescue Helicopter at Pukeuri, 9km north of Oamaru, shortly after 3pm yesterday.
Southern police are warning motorists to slow down as speed thresholds are lowered in a bid to reduce fatal crashes this summer.
GE Healthcare field engineer Paul Coombes and Dunedin Hospital charge MRI technologist Jill Oliver discuss the calibration of the new GE Optima 1.5 Tesla MRI scanner at Dunedin Hospital.
Andrew Snelling believes his 400-year-old Buddha amulet worth more than $60,000 is still out there.
It is Christmas, a taxing time for Dunedin’s menfolk, who find themselves embarking on a journey to a place they feel least comfortable: the retail precinct. David Loughrey considers the rigours of...
Law firm Gallaway Cook Allan's 60 staff yesterday moved into a purpose-fitted office designed by McAuliffe Stevens Architects in the Dalgety and Co building in Vogel St after about 35 years at a Princes St premises.