The inaugural Regent Theatre "Good As New" book and gift sale has rounded off the year nicely for the theatre.
Middlemarch constable Allan Lynch is calling for change as motorists continue to ignore a stop sign in the settlement.
It's been a busy start to the season for lifeguards, with seven people rescued since beach patrols started at Dunedin’s surf life-saving clubs last month.
Safety concerns about some sections of roads in the Saddle Hill Community Board area continue to be raised.
Keeping unwell or premature babies extra warm in their cots is the focus of a long-standing project for the Taieri Spinners and Weavers/Creative Fibre group.
The Open Valley Urban Ecosanctuary project has established a "trap library" to encourage local residents to trap pests in their back yards.
From leading the University of Otago School of Performing Arts through a global pandemic to personal milestones - 2020 has been a big year for Professor Anthony Ritchie.
Seven keen Dunedin girls put their computer programming skills to the test in a nationwide contest this week.
Jonathan Storm's a busy man. In between working full-time as a quality officer at United Machinists in Dunedin, he studies mechanical engineering part-time at Otago Polytechnic and develops a product range for his business Smokebox Salts.
For jobseeker Willa Faber, getting out on to the tennis court, or enjoying the spectacular coastline around greater Dunedin, is a happy place to be.
Whether it’s interior cleaning or outdoor maintenance, Otago Section Solutions delivers a high-quality, professional service every time.
A Maryhill woman fears a Dunedin City Council "cost-cutting exercise" could be the "beginning of the end" for the trees lining her street.
Military values and unparalleled opportunities are what drew Dunedin Private Rebecca McNaughton to join the Army Reserves.