Timothy Brown

Lake speed thrills

Lake speed thrills

Wet and wild action drew dozens to Lake Waihola earlier this month.

Perking up 'Pearl' sign

All signs are pointing to the future for Mosgiel - at least it is hoped that will be true come tomorrow.

'Not acceptable' for traps to be laid in city

'Not acceptable' for traps to be laid in city

The Dunedin City Council is discouraging animal trapping on public land after the recent discovery of about 20 leg-hold traps in the Dunedin Town Belt.

Tributes for tourist who fell from balcony

Tributes for tourist who fell from balcony

Friends have paid tribute to a ''beautiful soul'' after the 19-year-old tourist who fell from a Queenstown hotel balcony died on Saturday night.

Scooby a life-saver

Scooby a life-saver

The charred remains of her Dunedin family home remind Tere Singh how lucky she is.

Worker awarded $9000 for unjustified dismissal

Worker awarded $9000 for unjustified dismissal

A Dunedin company has been ordered to pay almost $9000 to a man it was found to have dismissed without justification.

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.