Dawn service at Cenotaph will begin at 6.15am on Saturday
Dunedin City Council and the police will continue to operate inner-city ‘‘mosquito and music boxes'' to deter anti-social behaviour during winter.
Dunedin's harbourside cycleway may miss out on funding when the government announces its land transport priorities next month.
Flight attendant Daniel Morriss (29) enjoys his jet-setting lifestyle but dreams of a quieter life closer to home.
Dunedin man Matthew Crane has cut off his dreadlocks to help eradicate the sort of loss experienced by the family of the late Jean-Philippe Dufour.
The provision of drama classes at the Fortune Theatre could come full circle under a proposed collaboration between the theatre and Interact Drama Classes.
On Monday, Dunedin city councillors voted 10-4 to sign a contract with Hawkins Construction to build the $198 million Otago Stadium.
When first-time gardener Pat De Grauw planted a row of potatoes in her back garden in Abbotsford last year she had little notion of what to expect.
Despite a last-minute move to an alternate venue, the Otago Siamese and Shorthair Pedigree Cat Club 2009 cat show attracted hundreds of visitors on Easter Saturday.
Pigville Productions describes itself as a male threesome who want to do nothing else but make films.
Chris Flack, a Dunedin man who has been living in London for more than 18 months, recently featured in his local community newspaper London Lite as part of its weekly ‘‘Single File'' feature, which sets couples up on blind dates.
A public meeting in South Dunedin will give local residents one last chance to express their opinion on the Awatea St stadium ahead of the final decision day for city councillors, April 20.
A Princes St retailer says he cannot understand why the city council will let fundraisers sell traditional hangi food, but will not let him.
Butterflies - The Hospice Shop is a vision in green as staff get into the spirit ahead of St Patrick's Day, March 17.
Do you have a wacky invention that would make everyday life just that little bit easier? If so, the organisers at the Dunedin Fringe Festival want to hear from you.
The successful partnership between the Malcam Trust and Dunedin Botanic Garden has been enhanced by the establishment of a new pilot project - Project Green Jobs.
Speed-dating breaks new ground today, with an event specifically for those aged 60 to 75.
The Captain Cook Tavern's new murals on the outside of the building have been pondered by many since they appeared a few weeks ago.
More than 400 low-income Dunedin houses will be retrofitted with insulation before winter.
For North East Valley man Kevin Waters, restoring a classic launch was a ‘‘labour of love'' - the benefits of which have far outweighed the costs.