They have batted down their foes, secured the golden Mace and now the Black Caps are sharing their victory with the country.
At least $1.3million in repairs is needed in the short to medium term to keep the Dunedin physio pool afloat.
Adding another bucket of rubbish to the pile during a Sea Shepherd Dunedin clean-up at Otago Harbour near the Harbour Mouth Molars is event organiser Ludo Dutoit.
Helping to negotiate a $14million investment in a University of Otago research project has earned a backroom manager unexpected public recognition.
Nursing shortages were responsible for substandard care which left him in pain and with a post-operative infection, Dunedin man Stephen Watt says.
Dunedin needs to stop hoping hotel developers will come clamouring to build in the city, the man behind a recently failed proposal for a five-star hotel says.
The Southern District Health Board is placing patients at risk of harm due to a shortage of nurses on its wards.
The Southern District Health Board should accept the majority of recommendations made in a scathing independent report into how it operates, its chief executive says.
Playing to the crowd at Hanover Hall on Saturday night for the Dunedin Youth Jazz Festival is winning small combo band The Big Bad Big Band Reversing Truck Memorial Jam Shack, of Logan Park High...
There is poo on the paths, poo in the grass and poo getting stuck in your shoe, West Harbour residents say.
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.