Plans to help pedestrians in Factory Rd, Mosgiel, have stalled again, and the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board is unhappy with the reason.
A lack of funds means Mosgiel Library's leaky roof is likely to stay in place for at least the next two years.
With a "shopping bag of medication" each, a Swahili medical dictionary and an itch for adventure, three Otago Polytechnic nursing students are heading to Tanzania.
From living on the dole to working and studying full-time, Dan Rogers' experience on the Malcam Trust altitude employment-based training programme has been "beyond expectations".
The Mosgiel Taieri Community Board decided yesterday to invite Cr Lee Vandervis to its next meeting after denouncing his "defamatory" and "ridiculous" comments about the city's community boards.
The Government launched a "sneak attack" on technology teachers in the Budget, inflicting a "huge blow" on the nation's intermediate sector, Tahuna Normal Intermediate principal Tony Hunter says.
Just as her two children reached their teenage years, and parental freedom was in sight, Helen Reynolds decided to make a difference to other young lives.
Dunedin police are searching for a woman following an aggravated robbery of a dairy yesterday.
Despite record successes at other health boards, Southern District Health Board's (SDHB) emergency department targets remained static in the past quarter.
A 40% excise tax increase on tobacco over the next four years will turn some smokers to crime, Dunedin people say.
The first phase of the Government's welfare reforms has received $287.5 million, over the next four years.
Dunedin needs an area to store hazardous substances without the need for a resource consent, and Port Otago has the best location, a Dunedin City Council hearings committee was told yesterday.
A bulging wall on Smith St is no closer to being fixed, with the wall's owner waiting on structural reports.
Each week a group of women, and a couple of men, enter Dunedin homes to pass on their knowledge in everything from gardening to budgeting. Ellie Constantine found out more about the group, which calls itself SuperGrans.
Communities were "screaming out" for tradespeople, and parents and educators were doing young people a "great disservice" by only encouraging them to get a degree, Otorohanga mayor and Mayors Taskforce for Jobs chairman Dale Williams told a group in Dunedin this week.
A switch from blue to green prompted outrage among Highlanders fans, but how would pink go down?
Her former canvases include Dave Grohl, Pink and some of the Playboy bunnies. Body-painter Melissa Pizzamiglio can now add Oceana Gold Nugget Damon Cleverley to the list.
From sitting in his office on February 22, to the devastation he views as an opportunity, Christchurch dean turned city councillor Peter Beck shared his views on the past 18 months with a group in Dunedin yesterday.
The owners of the Octagon Night 'n Day Foodstore are again attempting to obtain a liquor licence, four years after their first application was rejected.
Taieri Gorge Railway trips to Middlemarch have halted for winter, but community leader Barry Williams believes they should be increasing.