Glendale Retirement Home is proving that life does not stop when you live in a rest-home.
Dunedin Night Shelter Trust chairman Dr Rob Thomson is sad the city needs a shelter for homeless people, but is "really glad that we do have one''.
Southern life and landscapes are explored in a new book of poetry and photographs by poet and novelist Owen Marshall and artistphotographer Grahame Sydney.
A section of a Dunedin road is on track to retain its record of producing the most mobile speed camera tickets. And it is not a record police are pleased about. Shawn McAvinue reports.
Sitting poolside at St Clair Hot Salt Water Pool will be a more comfortable experience with the installation of six sturdy new wooden tables.
New legislation gives animal welfare inspectors the power to fine people for leaving a dog in a hot vehicle.
A Dunedin City Council review of cemetery space has caused ‘‘warning bells’’ to sound, Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board chairwoman Sarah Davie-Nitis says.
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.
While the regular book buses may be having their Christmas holidays, one special bus is heading back to work early for a "tiki tour'' of the city's summer hotspots.
Volunteering may not be the "welcome party'' first-year University of Otago students initially had in mind, but 1300 of them have signed to help Dunedin's community groups.
A light and bright, comfortable space in South Dunedin mall has become the new home of Supergrans Dunedin.
For the past four years, Dunedin woman Sandra Stevenson has provided support and vital transport to health appointments for people in the community.
The need for face-to-face interpreter support for former refugees and other new migrants is behind the establishment of a new interpreter service in the city.
The give way sign at the corner of Highcliff and Camp Rds is set to remain, but the speed limit may be reviewed.
The Otago Community Hospice will wrap up Hospice Awareness Week with a ‘‘Night Circus’’ extravaganza — complete with fire dancing, magic, music, and show girls.