Members of the Dunedin Brazilian Jiu Jitsu club are celebrating after an impressive medal haul at a prestigious international tournament recently.
In the past two years, Caversham School has worked hard at encouraging pupils to care for the planet through an understanding of the environment. To this end, pupils and teachers have become involved in gardening.
The Dunedin City Slickers are among top city brass bands playing in the Dunedin Botanic Gardens this summer.
On Tuesday the Dunedin Public Library celebrated a century of offering free library services to the people of Dunedin.
The fifth and final round of the Southern Motocross Series was held at Lee Stream on November 22.
An email promising free Ericsson laptops is a hoax. The email, which has been circulating in Otago in recent days, is a variation on a chain letter hoax that has been doing the rounds internationally since at least 2000.
The important environmental contribution of the Honda TreeFund in supporting the planting of 10,000 native trees in Otago during the past four years has been highlighted in Dunedin this week.
Lyndall Hancock's history of Quarantine Island is the fruit of 46 years' research and writing.
The new Minister for Transport, Steven Joyce, says vehicles with modified exhausts will not be required to pass an objective noise test.
For the past five months the Acting Up Company has been exploring what life would be like if we were all the same, and now it is ready to reveal all to Dunedin.
Dunedin's longest-serving vegetarian cafe is on the hunt for a new owner.
New Dunedin plays will appear on the professional stage for the first time this Sunday, in the Playmarket ‘‘Write Out Loud'' event at the Fortune Theatre studio.
Bluestone from Blackhead Quarry is a fitting material to be used in building a memorial to the 30 Dunedin and district men who were killed in the sinking of Royal Navy vessel HMS Neptune during World War 2, stonemason Ron Turner of Southern Landscapes says.
Household demand for live chickens has doubled in the past year, despite higher prices.
The second theft of egg-laying chickens from her property has left Dunedin beneficiary Alena Tromptter angry and worried.
Probably New Zealand's oldest professional dance teacher, Sid Cottle, of Dunedin, has retired.
Jim is not your regular unsung hero. And he is no ‘‘mere cat''.
‘‘James'' could not be more pleased that he gets to spend his days in an odorous fellmongery, pulling animal skins out of a pickling bath. ‘‘It's good,'' he says with a grin. ‘‘It's better than sitting in jail.''
Rob Fehsenfeld and Janine Bolton are not looking for a miracle cure, just a better quality of life for their twoyear-old daughter Daryl-Ann.
Many Dunedin student summer job seekers may be forced out of the city to find work.