People keen to get involved in conservation but not sure where to start may get some ideas from the Conservation Week exhibition at the Otago Museum next week.
Shielded, low glare, amber LED lights may be installed in certain parts of Dunedin to protect the city's wildlife.
Dunedin rock royalty will top the bill as the Vogel St Party returns to the city's calendar next month.
A former immigrant fighting for unpaid wages earned in Dunedin is slamming the Government for the time it took to investigate his now bankrupt employer.
Lines will be painted around garden plots on the shared cycleway between Portobello and Broad Bay to make the gardens easier to see in the dark, the DCC says.
Next time you hop on an e-scooter, make sure you wash your hands afterwards.
Telling people off for not voting isn't the way to boost voter turnout in elections, University of Otago politics professor Janine Hayward says.
People born between 1970 and 1990 are being encouraged to check whether they have been vaccinated against measles, in the wake of an increasing number of cases of the disease in New Zealand this year.
It’s impossible to pigeonhole Dunedin transgender woman Jenny Kendrick.
Port Otago’s chief executive has returned from Denmark with a solution to silence noisy ships.
The poisoning of hundreds of heritage roses in a Dunedin cemetery remains a mystery but as a rally to replant nears an end, the celebrations are set to begin.
Concerns about the proposed location of a new stormwater pumping station in Mosgiel are starting to flood in.
The Dunedin City Council is to trial three options to make Tomahawk Rd safer.
The Dunedin Repertory Society occupies a special niche in the city's arts community, providing regular opportunities for young thespians to gain performance experience.
The West Harbour Community Board is supporting a group of residents trying to save a "deteriorating'' building.
Twin sisters studying at the University of Otago have hit the sweet spot online, gaining more than 10,000 followers on their Instagram account.
More Dunedin secondary school pupils participate in sport than the national average.
People can surf the internet for free at Wi-Fi hot spots across Dunedin - but some are hotter than others.
A three-decade commitment to supporting refugees in the city will be marked next month, as the Refugee Support Group (Dunedin) celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Funds raised in a Dunedin seaside village are destined to benefit schoolchildren in East Africa.