A newly formed lobby group is calling for a return to First Past the Post voting for Dunedin’s local body elections.
Motorists clocking speeds more than twice the limit have avoided fines.
Some optometrists are seeing an increase in clients with eye strain due to extra screen time during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Lorraine Brown has spent nearly half her life volunteering.
Rather than blocking a Waitati road, better safety measures should be considered, a fireman says.
Dunedin motorists clocking speeds more than twice the limit have avoided fines.
Aynsley Harwood has been asked three times if she would like to speak to the man who murdered her young daughter Louisa more than 30 years ago.
The new owners of a Dunedin suitcase shop remain optimistic despite Covid-19 closing borders and suspending international travel.
A Mosgiel Caravan Park tenant is refusing to leave after being told the park will close.
The impact of Covid-19 has sent ripples across New Zealand society, including into the homes of older people at risk of elder abuse and neglect.
A face shield designed in Dunedin is being used across the globe in the fight against Covid-19.
Bike sales are up since the nation left lockdown, Dunedin cycle shop staff say.
The Government needs to change the rules to help first-home buyers enter Dunedin’s “absolutely mental” property market, a frustrated house hunter says.
Larnach Castle has launched a campaign to entice locals to visit the tourist attraction.
University of Otago students are doing their bit to keep Borland Lodge open.
Places of worship - such as Al Huda mosque in North Dunedin - have opened their doors for the first time in months.
After many weeks of working remotely, co-ordinating essential support and services for seniors, Age Concern Otago will reopen its central Dunedin offices and the Octagon Club from Monday.
Sunny skies on recent Saturdays have given vendors a boost since the Otago Farmers Market reopened on May 16.
Employment support organisation Workbridge is gearing up to be busier than ever, as people whose work has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic reach out for help.
The Dunedin City Council is planning to remove an “unsafe” footbridge in East Taieri, but residents are upset about the consultation process. Jessica Wilson reports.