Umbrellas, plastic ponchos, and hoodies were the fashion of the day as revellers braved the rain for this year's Vogel Street Party.
There's a team debrief tomorrow, but the party's committee chairman is enjoying a break in the weather.
Dunedin's new mayor is the youngest ever to take office, replacing outgoing three-term mayor Dave Cull.
Thirty-five-year-old Aaron Hawkins got a chance to celebrate his success with family and supporters as the results for the local body elections came in on Saturday.
A weekly quiet hour is set to begin at Countdown stores across the country later this month.
This quiet hour is designed to create a friendly environment for people with autism or Aspergers to shop without distractions of noise and lights.
There were emotional scenes as departing Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull closed his final council this week.
As well as Cull, councillors Kate Wilson and Conrad Stedman also said their final goodbyes.
Those hoping to return to council after Saturday also paid tribute to their departing colleagues, including Mayor Cull's long time nemesis Lee Vandervis.
A group of top chefs are set to do battle as part of next month's Home and Living show at Forsyth Barr stadium.
The trio work at restaurants like Moiety, Emersons, the Prohibition group and Glenfalloch Gardens.
But this year there's set to be a wild card to keep them on their toes.
A Wellington musician is undertaking tour of New Zealand with a bit of difference.
Primary teacher Gillian Henderwood was in Dunedin last week to play a song at the Dunedin Botanic Garden as part of her quest to perform on 50 band rotundas in a year.
A wall in Dunedin's Bond Street is now graced by a new mural, adding to the more than 50 pieces of street art around the city.
Sunday saw Whanganui-based artist Simon Ormerod finish his painting, depicting sea creatures taken out of their natural environment.
The artwork is part of a world-wide programme of murals about man's destruction of the oceans, a message he likes to subtly include in his art.
A group of Dunedin school children have spent three days painting a mural in the pedestrian tunnel which links Green Island with Abbotsford.
Community worker Amanda Reid says about 20 volunteers used their paint brushes to replace an earlier mural, which had been ruined by tagging.
Eco-friendly pet products and handbags fashioned from leather off-cuts were just some of the start-up business ideas pitched in Dunedin this week.
Called "Audacious", the event challenges local university and polytech students to explain their money making ideas to a panel of judges.
An albatross now spreads its wings over the entrance to exhibits at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum.
Acting director Cam McCracken called yesterday's unveiling of master carver James York's waharoa - or gateway - an emotional and significant moment for the museum.