Dunedin Railways is ‘‘ narrow-minded’’ for letting money matters dictate its decision to stop a train service to Middlemarch, Strath Taieri Community Board chairman Barry Williams says.
Fire and Emergency NZ is urging Dunedin residents to take extra care around equipment or in situations that may cause a fire, as the city’s fire conditions rapidly rise towards high danger levels.
Families face tremendous financial pressure at this time of year as bills from the festive season come due for payment, while they try to cover the costs of getting their children back to school.
Bus usage has increased slightly since the Great King St hub opened in March last year.
Lime may not have the monopoly on e-scooters in Dunedin for much longer.
The Dunedin City Council is calling for public feedback on the effectiveness of new road safety measures outside three of the city’s secondary schools.
Exploring the Dunedin Town Belt has been made easier after the release of interactive maps.
Volunteering Otago is hosting two workshops aimed at breaking down barriers for migrants.
Three Dunedin game developers have been given grants to attend a conference in the United States.
Dunedin Fringe Festival’s new volunteer co-ordinator loves the ‘‘hustle and bustle’’ of festivals.
Despite a 20% increase in the number of freedom campers around Dunedin so far this season, resident complaints and the number of infringement notices handed out have halved.
A couple and their cat in a campervan visited Dunedin in a search for a place to call home.
A humble man on Otago Peninsula is transforming scrap metal to works of art.
A giant Christmas tree and festive tables are taking shape at the Dunedin Town Hall, as final preparations are made for the Dunedin Community Christmas Dinner.
A little bit of extra Christmas cheer will be delivered to Meals on Wheels recipients across greater Dunedin, Balclutha and Cromwell this festive season.
Debra Miles, of Papanui Inlet Rd, kneels in an igloo she made out of milk containers, with husband Wayne.
As Christmas nears, police in Dunedin have been seeing more people taking unnecessary risks on our roads.
After recovering from an injury which left her in a knee brace for two months, 13-year-old Abi Gibson has successfully swapped her swimming togs for a taekwondo gi.
The vital support of volunteers in supporting the city’s veterans and remembrance events was celebrated at last week’s Dunedin RSA Christmas morning tea.
While most of us will be spending time with friends and family on Christmas Day, for some of Dunedin’s emergency service staff it’s business as usual.