The Dunedin Wildlife Hospital has already saved more than 10% of the mainland yellow-eyed penguin population already this year.
The Dunedin City Council is encouraging people to dress up to welcome the All Blacks when they arrive at Dunedin Airport later today.
Otago Peninsula bus advocates are "delighted'' Otago Regional Councillors have voted in favour of making their suggested changes to the bus service.
A Dunedin high school is one of 12 in the country chosen to be part of an Education Review Office report.
An extraordinary sense of entitlement felt among some families, leading to shocking cases of financial abuse, is a source of great concern for Age Concern Otago.
Dunedin Astronomical Society president Ash Pennell (left) and committee member Stu Todd make adjustments to the 14-inch reflector telescope at Beverly Begg Observatory.
Creating a vision for the transformation of disability support services in New Zealand will be a hot topic at a community-wide forum in Dunedin this month.
After moving to a new premises, Citizen Advice Bureau Dunedin say they are now able to offer a more confidential service.
Getting a phone call at 5 o'clock on a Friday night and not knowing when you are going to get home has been the reality for a Dunedin LandSAR volunteer for almost 40 years.
For the first time a University of Otago residential college has run a New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) course.
Dunedin social agencies are delighted the Otago Community Trust has increased funding for Otago social agencies by 50%.
The shelves at Presbyterian Support Otago are empty and ready to be filled.
In the heart of Dunedin’s central city student housing area, the last thing you might expect is an orchard, but one keen gardener has turned his dream into reality.
From caring for elephants in Sri Lanka to volunteering at The Star Regent Theatre 24-Hour Book Sale, life has been interesting lately for Lily Margreiter (19).
A Mosgiel author has shared her tips with young aspiring writers.
New Zealand conductor Kenneth Young was impressed with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra’s new home and rehearsal space in Hanover Hall when he arrived in the city on Tuesday.
One couple has turned their love for foxes and chocolate into a delicious business.
All aboard the walking school bus. One Dunedin school is encouraging its pupils to trade wheels for shoes.
Dunedin schools have moved to get on the front foot before the release of the second season of a controversial television show.
New Zealand Navy lieutenant Brett Fitzgerald came home to Mosgiel this week with some great work stories to share.