Sneaky stoats beware - proud prisoners have made traps to kill some of the pests terrorising the birds of Chain Hills.
Few 16-year-olds would turn down the chance to skip the rest of school and go straight to university - if they had the qualifications, that is.
A computer game developer is building a thriving business from his new South Dunedin studio - fingers crossed it does not get eaten by a space whale.
A Mosgiel widow hopes a property developer sticks to his word and commissions the same artists to paint an identical mural created in memory of her late husband.
After bookings for a booming tour business stopped after Covid-19 hit, a Dunedin business woman decided to “change it up” rather than concede.
For one nurse, responding to the Government’s call for volunteers in Dunedin during the Covid-19 lockdown was not so different from her usual work.
A selection of the New Zealand International Film Festival programme is set for the big screen at Dunedin’s Regent Theatre.
Dunedin chef Jason Shea had never been short of a job, but then Covid-19 hit the hospitality industry and everything changed.
A new funding programme is giving a Dunedin game developer the opportunity to make a passion project his job.
A newly formed lobby group is calling for a return to First Past the Post voting for Dunedin’s local body elections.