A Kenmure woman is helping to light up Barr St and wants to see more people doing the same.
A Dunedin man battling a rare and deadly brain disorder continues to beat the odds on his road to recovery.
After almost 20 years in the role of Arts Festival Dunedin director, Nicholas McBryde is stepping down to allow the festival to take a new direction.
A Dunedin nurse wants people with first-aid training to sign up to an emergency app.
A Dunedin pensioner has slammed the Dunedin City Council for a "tatty and horrible'' cluster of berm gardens.
It is the end of an era for the Otago Community Trust, as grants manager Carol Melville steps down after 30 years with the trust.
Four Dunedin women are putting in the extra miles for their end-of-year concert.
A $3.2 million fundraising ‘‘trigger’’ point to build a new aquatic facility in Mosgiel has been surpassed.
Dunedin man Tony Cummings is back to ‘‘business as usual’’ after being diagnosed with bowel cancer through a screening test and successfully treated.
A special Christmas can be enjoyed with planning and realistic expectations, Dunedin Budget Advisory Service executive officer Andrew Henderson says.
The buzz of Christmas cheer will fill the Dunedin Town Hall for the fifth time as an army of volunteers gears up for the popular annual Dunedin Community Christmas Dinner.
It has been a long journey from living in state care to receiving a national award for young Dunedin woman Kered Taylor.
Thousands of white crosses, which have stood in Queens Gardens as a silent reminder of the Otago-Southland men who died in World War 1, have been removed.
For the past 18 years Dunedin residents have given generously to the annual Christmas can appeal and organisers are hoping for the same response this year.
Two Dunedin theatre practitioners have been selected as the first students in a prestigious, national directing course.
The new slogan says it all - "Pacific Trust Otago, where peoples connect''.
Authorities will patrol three Dunedin beaches this summer to educate the public about new rules banning vehicles from beaches.
The NZ Transport Agency has moved to undertake its promised review of the 50kmh speed limit on George St, Port Chalmers, and will complete it before Christmas.
A plastic bag ban could result in more dog faeces on Dunedin streets, a concerned Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board member says.
Gaming machines in Dunedin are making more than $17 million profit a year despite a drop in the number of machines and venues.