Local company Scott Technology has almost doubled its before-tax profit in the last year.
It's reporting an $8.1m surplus for the 12 months to the end of August.
The company's performance picked up in the last six months, with help from favourable exchange rates.News: BusinessLocal
Residents in the Liberton area are being warned to look out for a man acting suspiciously.
Police have received several reports of a young man hanging around the suburb this week.
Last night just before 8 o'clock a Raleigh Street resident discovered a man in his garage.
When confronted, the man said he was looking for cigarette butts and then fled.News: Local
Local teenager selected as leader of ChoirNews: Local
Government funding being given to local conservation projectsNews: Local
Green Island liquor store target of a smash and grabNews: Local
Clean-up continuing on Saddle Hill after fireNews: Local
OUSA to rejoin New Zealand Union of StudentsNews: Local
Firefighters are dampening down hot spots on Saddle Hill, following yesterday's destructive blaze.
They worked all night to contain the fire, which spread quickly in high winds and warm temperatures.
And not everyone got away scot-free.News: Local
Police are still working to verify the authenticity and origin of the mass shooting threat at the University of Otago.News: Local
Locals are lobbying the government for more paid parental leave.
They're adding their support to a proposal currently before parliament.
But there's a significant hurdle to overcome.News: LocalNational
The owners of a Brockville property are applying to cut down a stand of historic macrocarpa trees.News: Local
The city's medical professionals are dishing out ideas to help improve local health care.
The Southern District Health Board's just held an innovation forum, with staff invited to pitch new programmes.
And calls for technology upgrades are dominating the conversation.News: BusinessLocal
The city's roll-out of new internet cabling will be completed sooner than expected.
Chorus is installing ultra-fast broadband throughout the city as part of the gigatown prize package.
The company has just announced plans to finish the job in December 2017.
It says that's almost two years ahead of schedule.News: BusinessLocal
Fire crews are battling a large blaze on Saddle Hill which is burning through houses.
Firefighters from across the city are working to control the situation.
But the weather's against them.News: Local
Dunedin City Council staff are preparing to make their submission on the government's latest petroleum block offer.News: BusinessLocalNational
University of Otago students have been steering clear of campus, following an online threat.
The origin and authenticity of the mass shooting threat earlier this week is still being investigated by police.
But an increased police presence doesn't seem to be enough reassurance for some.News: Local
The city is now believed to boast the fastest free public internet in the country.
It's just been launched in the Octagon, as part of a bigger technology project.
And more benefits are expected.News: BusinessLocal
Life's getting easier for Mosgiel residents who don't have perfect sight.
The visual impairment trust is now offering support services to the wider community.
And some specialists are being recruited to help.News: CommunityLocal
Smoking is still the biggest cause of premature death in New Zealand, and locals are being encouraged to kick the bad habit.
It's part of the nationwide Stoptober campaign, being run by healthcare providers.
So with that in mind our word on the street team asked members of the public if more should be done to help smokers quit.News: Local
The government's proposing to make changes to early childhood education.
That's being welcomed by local academics, including Dr Alex Gunn of the University of Otago's College of Education.
And she's here to explain why the changes will bring benefits.News: InterviewLocal