Dunedin LandSar (Search and Rescue) are holding their annual street appeal on Friday 15 June in Dunedin city and surrounding suburbs.
Dunedin is one of the first cities to accommodate refugees and we have had about 400 former refugees settle down in Dunedin since 2016.
Jen Landers sent in these photos, taken around Omakau in the recent hoar frost conditions.
Lucia Morey (age 7) from Dunedin won the Petite (age 7 & 8) Tap Dancing Scholarship Award at the NZ Dance Awards in Christchurch over the long weekend.
Most of us have been well aware of plastic pollution for a while, understanding that it creates a problem in the environment when animals ingest or get entangled in the plastic debris and die.
￼Get ready to groan! Wits have been sharpened, wea-puns will be wielded, funny bones may ￼well be broken.
Finally! The Filipino culture and arts will be presented live on June 9 at the prestigious Oamaru Opera House, in collaboration with the Waitaki Multicultural Council and with special guest Joseph...
June 1st continues the winter them here at Lauder. Hovering below zero. - Pam Walker
Unite union, Unions Otago members, and other supporters held a rally outside Rialto Dunedin from 7pm last night, to show support for cinema workers in Dunedin and across New Zealand being paid a...
Why are farmers blaming MPI for letting in Mycoplasma bovis into NZ?
There is a huge hole in the road at Kuri Bush and a section of the Taieri Mouth road is closed forcing some residents to take an alternative route via forestry roads. It is worth looking at. -...
View from Forfar St this morning (May 22). - Sophie Henderson
No wonder Dunedin has such a horrendous record of pedestrian injuries and deaths at intersections.
This photo taken today 9/5/18 in St Leonards. I don't recognise it nor does it look like anything I can find in my Birds of NZ book. Help! - Di Best
Otautau's Champion of Champions Chrysanthemum grower/exhibitor Tom Dahlenburg took out 11 awards at the South Island National Chrysanthemum Show 2018 held at the Fiordland Community Events Centre...
Change has come to a couple of long-established Fiordland businesses.
Sat evening, May 5th. One-way north Dunedin. - Adam Gilbert
I had a dream - the old hospital site will become a National Technology Centre & world class Conference Centre.
Dunedin gains considerable influence from having its Mayor in the role of President of Local Government NZ.
Why do Catalans want independence? How is that relevant to Aotearoa NZ?