A call for relatives of conscientious objectors to be associated with the Archibald Baxter peace memorial (The Star, 15.07.21) has resulted in about 30 people coming forward.
Despite the sharp increase in Covid-19 cases in Australia and tighter lockdowns in New South Wales and Victoria, many Dunedin bus users are still defying the mask-wearing rule.
"I’m not an out-and-out greenie," Martin Wilkes says, but he likes to do his bit for the environment, including having three electric cars for his business.
Plans are almost finalised for a programme to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dunedin’s annual Rhododendron Day.
Thousands of pairs of used glasses that would otherwise be dumped are helping improve the sight of people in Pacific countries and Dunedin people are playing their part.
The annual bird survey has ended and once again Dunedin "twitchers" enthusiastically supported the project.
The opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympic Games will be watched avidly by Dunedin couple Graeme and Shirley Bond.
Fifty past and present members of the Fairfield Garden Club gathered at Nellie’s Restaurant, in Mosgiel, on Sunday to celebrate the group’s 40th anniversary.
Presbyterian Support Otago has taken over a Mosgiel programme for older people, launching it as Club Enliven Taieri.
Mercy Hospital will celebrate its 85th anniversary tomorrow morning with the opening of Callaghan Ward, which offers 22 beds for inpatient and day-stay care.
A Mosgiel-Taieri community board member believes a "deliberate" decision was made to withhold information on changing the entrance to the new Mosgiel swimming pool.
With a resurgence in vegetable growing, Gillian Vine has some tips for getting started in the garden.
Concern that the Mosgiel Memorial Gardens are becoming run down has led to the formation of a new group, Friends of the Mosgiel Memorial Gardens.
A Mosgiel motorist is angry about the new roundabout at the intersection of Factory and Wingatui Rds.