Timothy Brown

Sale no solace for Mosgiel

Milton's second wind is little solace to Mosgiel workers, a union spokesman says.

Playing her 'second home'

Playing her 'second home'

Adi Burgess is relishing her time in the Taieri.

Mill asset sale 'fantastic news'

Mill asset sale 'fantastic news'

Thirty jobs could be created by the sale of Southern Cross Forest Products' Milton-based assets.

Fear for safety of road users

Fear for safety of road users

It is only a matter of time until someone is killed at the intersection of Blackhead Rd and Emerson St, a resident of the area says.

'Pointless' vandalism of children's playhouse

The vandalism of a children's playhouse has been slammed as ''pointless''.

Digital era subverts suppression

Digital era subverts suppression

The naming in Australia this week of a high-profile Otago man whose identity was suppressed in the Dunedin District Court earlier this year - when he was discharged without conviction on an indecency charge - raises questions about the effectiveness of such court orders in the internet age. Timothy Brown reports.

Chills off to Europe for tour in the sun

Chills off to Europe for tour in the sun

Martin Phillipps is ditching Dunedin's nights of chill blue and heading to the sunshine of Europe.

Sports centre work in home stretch

Sports centre work in home stretch

Within 12 months, a project which has taken almost four decades will be complete, its proponents say.

Entire spectrum of emotions for passionate fans

Entire spectrum of emotions for passionate fans

Far from home, German fans in Dunedin lived every kick of a tense World Cup final. Timothy Brown reports.

Burning desires fulfilled in secret

Burning desires fulfilled in secret

Castle St couch-burners are moving from the streets and into the shadows, residents of the street say.