A Jurassic park in Dunedin is set for an overhaul with plans for new play equipment.
A concern about a lack of slipperiness on a Dunedin slide sparked people to share their solutions to ensure a smooth ride.
A new campaign is supporting more older people to return to living in their own homes after recovering from an accident or illness.
A slow and painful recovery from two serious spinal injuries last year has left a Dunedin woman reluctantly living in residential care.
Dunedin tertiary students may be nursing pricked fingers after pinning more than 20,000 poppies for the RSA Poppy Appeal.
An "exploited'' immigrant wants to stay in Dunedin to fight for the money he is owed.
Environmental enthusiast Gaileen Ross retires this month after raising more than 30,000 plants for the Tomahawk and Smaills Beach coastal area.
The inspirational story of Dunedin dog Meg, who is recovering well after being lost and injured for five weeks, has benefited the Dunedin Wildlife Hospital.
A $20,000 grant from the Otago Community Trust will help the Friends of the Globe Theatre tackle urgent repair work at the theatre.
A burger business born to serve scarfies in Dunedin continues to grow.
Two Dunedin entrepreneurs have created a way for people to share their skills and hobbies and make money at the same time.
Despite concern about the reach of the national bowel-screening programme, Bowel Cancer New Zealand says it is delighted the Southern District Health Board is joining the programme this month and...
Dunedin tradesmen won a flush of prizes in the New Zealand Plumbing Awards. More than 250 people attended the award ceremony in Hamilton on March 23.
A Dunedin entrepreneur is making it easy for parents to work while looking after their children with her new initiative, Share Your Space.
Almost 17,000 visits have been made to the South Dunedin pop-up hub during its first six months.
Dunedin drag performers will read children’s books about diversity in a Drag Story Time as part of Dunedin Pride Festival 2018.
Researchers are fanning out across Otago to find out whether rural school pupils have more active ways of getting to school than their urban counterparts.
Car enthusiasts want the Dunedin City Council to do a U-turn and lift its car show ban in Tahuna Park.
Future cycle skills training courses could be designed using the ideas of Dunedin schoolchildren.
The 50th anniversary of the Wahine disaster will be commemorated on Tuesday. Greta Yeoman spoke to a former University of Otago student who survived the maritime tragedy on April 10, 1968.