More than 18 months ago, Bree McKenzie attended a fundraiser which changed her life.
When Dunedin City Councillor John Bezett visits an orphanage in Poland this month, he will take with him some very special gifts from Dunedin.
Dunedin builder Lindsay Scott is concerned some homeowners are getting bad advice about retrofitted insulation.
Benjamin Ryan has a couple of days left to savour his achievements during basic training before he plunges into the next stage of becoming a Royal New Zealand Navy diver.
Dunedin pupils from the New Zealand Modern School of Music scooped the pool of top prizes in the school's annual southern competitions, held in Gore late last month.
While swine flu has slipped off the radar for many of us, it is still having a severe impact on some people and continues to circulate in the community, health professionals say.
When swine flu patient Terri Gordon-Davis (39) slipped into unconsciousness and was put on a ventilator to keep her alive, her husband was told she had a 25 per cent chance of surviving.
Fortune Theatre stage manager Brendan van den Berg is hoping for a smooth run through United States customs, especially as his bags will contain a selection of women's dresses.
A Dunedin father whose child was a victim of a sex offender is urging parents in Waverley to be vigilant following the man's release from prison.
The widow of last year's Dunedin Stars Community Spirit supreme award winner is encouraging people to think about who they could nominate for this year's awards.
The shabby weatherboards and peeling paint are gone, replaced by pristine steel cladding, and the final touches are being made to prepare the new South Dunedin Blokes Shed for its official opening on Saturday, at 1.30pm.
Dunedin mum Christine Mahy is looking forward to a better winter next year, after becoming the first Dunedin homeowner to receive a Well Dunedin PHO Healthy Homes subsidy.
Dunedin's ‘‘eco-heroes'' and sustainability success stories will be celebrated in October during the inaugural Dunedin Spring Food Festival.
The Te Moananui family are finally getting a home they can call their own, thanks to a little bit of humanity.
Parking meters throughout New Zealand may get additional signage to clarify a charging system which has been labelled by a citizens' advocate as immoral.
A Dunedin woman is disgusted $28 was withdrawn from her bank account when she used a debit card at two of Dunedin City Council's new meters to pay for $4 worth of parking.
Dunedin's participation in a domestic tourism marketing campaign is ‘‘long overdue'', says Taieri Gorge Railway chief executive Murray Bond.
Dunedin homeowners are likely to be waiting in vain to pay for their home-heating upgrade through their rates.
Risky sexual behaviour, particularly among mature people, is leading to a resurgence in Dunedin, and nationwide, of an ancient sexually transmitted infection (STI) - syphilis.