A new baby has signalled new beginnings for the Mapusua family, after three-and-a-half years of heartache caused by cancer.
A Dunedin toy shop owner is set to end a 14-year career of ‘‘fun’’.
The script for a mini-series about the Bain family murders is complete and the search for actors and a Dunedin house to burn to the ground has begun.
Dunedin had its warmest December on record as temperatures soared to nearly 30degC.
A Dunedin Symphony Orchestra group spanned the city limits in a 12-stop tour of schools over four days last week.
After her teacher moved countries, an apprentice tattoo artist decided to start a new business with a different focus on skin.
A business idea was born when a Dunedin panelbeater saw a group of ‘‘orange ladies’’ on a night out in the city.
Dunedin cat rescue charity Animal Rescue Network is dealing with a flood of kittens, as kitten season erupts into full swing.
The roar of hundreds of motorcycles will echo across the city as a pack of bighearted bikers travel from Careys Bay to the Octagon for Bronz’s 34th annual toy run today.
Two Dunedin octogenarians aren’t just celebrating turning 80, they are also toasting their lifelong friendship.
Port Chalmers Maritime Museum and its supporters will star in the third season of history-based television documentary Heritage Rescue.
Dunedin residents have welcomed more than 350 Syrian former refugees since the city became a resettlement centre 18 months ago.
Think twice about taking your dogs out with you this summer.
People need to become more involved in environmental efforts if civilisation is to survive much longer, a Massey University lecturer says.
Dunedin volunteer Jean Balchin began her volunteering career as a 16 year-old playing the piano in rest-homes.
The Faculty of Dentistry’s new clinical services building is beginning to take shape, and is bringing plenty of work to local firms, the project managers say.
All clean recyclable products picked up in the city’s kerbside collection service over the past six years have been recycled, a Dunedin City Council spokeswoman says.
The intensive planning going into the establishment of the Wildlife Hospital Dunedin has involved indepth research into the likely numbers of birds and animals that will need its services.
Two keen surfers are keeping the razors off their top lips this month to raise awareness about men’s mental health — and they want to encourage men to open up.
Organisers of the inaugural Christmas in the Stadium event on December 2 are delighted at the response from local performers and organisations to the concept.