Making North Dunedin a safer place and empowering the executive are two of the goals of the Otago University Students' Association's president-elect.
Former Dunedin mayor Dave Cull was not unemployed for long, after being elected as a member of the Southern District Health Board.
Working effectively with volunteers, and showing appreciation for their efforts are top priorities for recently appointed Volunteering Otago manager Leisa de Klerk.
The campaign for the Government to commit to an Accessible Aotearoa Act is about to heat up, as grassroots support grows.
Scotland's "queen of crime'' Val McDermid may be on the other side of the world to her homeland, but Dunedin's street names and gothic look make her feel right at home.
Here are the full "preliminary" results for the Dunedin mayoralty, council and community board races. The results do not include special votes, but "in transit" votes have now been counted.
Dunedin Mayor-elect Aaron Hawkins has extended his winning margin, while an ousted incumbent city councillor has closed the gap, in updated voting results released on Sunday.
Dunedin's Christian Helping Agencies Group is calling on the community to support its annual Christmas hamper project, for one last time.
An estimated 2500 people turned out to take part in a street clean-up in memory of University of Otago student Sophia Crestani, who died at a house party recently.
The death of a student at a large flat party has thrown Dunedin’s student drinking culture into the spotlight. Daisy Hudson reports.
Dunedin police are appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously hurt in an early-morning assault in the central city.
The handling of historic sexual offending within the Catholic Diocese of Dunedin by then-Bishop John Kavanagh has been referred to the Vatican by New Zealand's top Catholic.
Outgoing Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says potential investors in the city's waterfront development plan risk being spooked by the long wait for a decision on a Provincial Growth Fund bid.
Traffic flow on Dunedin's one-way system is expected to suffer when demolition work starts on the former Cadbury building to make way for the new Dunedin Hospital.
A senior staff member at the Countdown Dunedin Central supermarket apparently received a hand injury after an incident involving a female shoplifter about 7pm yesterday.
Seventy happy years of marriage later, Allan Rennie has absolutely no regrets about a certain unexpected encounter with the girl next door, at his father's grocery shop in Abbotsford.