A South Dunedin op-shop has ditched its price tags and is giving items away for free.
It's amazing what young and inventive minds can come up with when they are unencumbered by limitations and budgets.
The majority of southern primary school principals are backing the New Zealand Principals’ Federation’s (NZPF) proposal to start a new union.
Some Dunedin city councillors say the Government’s wage subsidy has done its job, but others are concerned how businesses will fare in the coming months without it.
A 72-year-old man who was allegedly drink-driving on State Highway 1, near Dunedin, yesterday will face court next month.
The sale of derelict Princes St buildings will attract local interest, a Dunedin city councillor and heritage advocate says.
A large boulder that teetered over Blueskin Rd has been demolished and the road reopened late yesterday afternoon.
Just 6% of Dunedin residents had their recycling rejected in the Dunedin City Council’s latest round of recycling inspections.
A woman is facing drink-driving charges after her car ended up in the harbour, which she said happened after she swerved to avoid hitting some ducks.
Moves to introduce a booking system at Jubilee Hut, near Dunedin, have sparked criticism over lack of consultation.
Waste warrior Kate Meads has shared with Dunedin people a grotesque vision of future New Zealanders digging up landfills and finding our sometimes toxic waste still largely intact.
Graeme Simpson, of Oamaru, leads the fifth annual Dunedin Tweed Ride on his penny farthing yesterday.
A successful Teddy Bear Hospital event at Carisbrook School, Dunedin, at the weekend partly resulted from two community groups joining forces.
The South Island is now the red island, after Labour hurtled to a remarkable party vote clean sweep south of Cook Strait as part of its record-breaking election victory on Saturday.