Dunedin has about one dog for every seven people, the latest registrations figures show.
If you have ever wanted to see robots perform Mary Poppins, now is your chance.
The exhausted wife of a Dunedin man with vascular dementia is having to travel as far away as Balclutha to find respite care.
Corinda Taylor, of Life Matters, said she was uncomfortable about mental health services becoming election promises.
Nikki Cockburn’s dream of creating a trust that supports suicide awareness has become a reality.
A short film shot by young deaf people from Dunedin has made it on to the red carpet at this weekend’s New Zealand Deaf Short Film Festival (NZDSFF) in Wellington.
Dunedin students are answering the call to enrol to vote and more than 2000 young people have signed up in the past month.
A landscape without birdsong — silently signalling a loss of biodiversity — is one of several environmental challenges for Dunedin, advocates say..
Whether it is from the 1920s, 1980s or 2000s, the staff and volunteers at Shop on Carroll want to see your wedding dress.
Dunedin still has 10,000 ‘‘missing’’ young voters, with just over a month to go before the general election.
Dunedin is the place to be. At least that seems to be the case for out-of-towners buying houses in the city.
Organisers of two expos next Tuesday hope to prepare young people with learning disabilities for their journey into adulthood.
Keeping abreast of design best practice is helping a long-standing Dunedin firm to keep growing after 105 years.
With almost two decades of experience between them, two Dunedin judo athletes had a successful weekend at an international competition.
A University of Otago health researcher says working with vaccines can be rewarding.
Dunedin’s Rasa School of Dance is celebrating after two of its dance crews had strong showings at the recent Hip Hop Unite national competition in Wellington.
A Dunedin advocacy group for visually impaired people is calling for separate pathways for walkers and cyclists at the harbourside.
Getting Dunedinites interested in their Scottish history is the aim of one clan member.
A majority of submissions to the South East Marine Protection Forum support the creation of several reserves around Dunedin.
Rape Crisis Dunedin has secured its future for the next three years, agreeing to accept a contract offer from the Ministry of Social Development.