One thousand one hundred and three steps of pain await a trio of Mosgiel firefighters on May 23.
Mosgiel woman Jan French has made progress on finding photographs for her book on forgotten South Otago soldiers who fought and died in World War 1.
The Harington Point Community Society is pleased the Dunedin City Council has decided to install speed bumps in the Otago Peninsula settlement.
Dunedin's street-cleaner has a new tool in his arsenal to help in his constant battle against grime - a giant vacuum cleaner.
A South Dunedin woman hopes her near-miss with a dangerous driver might shine a light on the issue of poor driving in the area.
Mosgiel woman Jan French is writing a book to commemorate South Otago soldiers who fought and died in World War 1 but whose memories and records have since been forgotten.
The tale of Meggie the lost lamb is set to raise money to benefit children living in an orphanage in India.
Slipping and sliding on Dunedin's roads is something usually associated with winter but, after a long dry summer, a few drops of rain on the road can be just as dangerous - thanks to a phenomenon known as summer ice.
Dunedin's oldest church that is still used as a church will be celebrating its 150th anniversary at the weekend.
A call for reticulated water for the far end of the Otago Peninsula has emerged in the wake of two house fires in the area in the last few months.
Selling yoga mats which have had only 15 minutes of use - as just one example - has just become easier through a new South Island-based online trading site.
Rivalry between towns competing in the final round of the Gigatown Competition is heating up, with Dunedin accusing Timaru of what must be one of the most nerdy acts of vandalism ever committed.
The new building at the Tirohanga Camp is starting to take shape as volunteer builders work on the structure.
Dunedin residents should be able to access the fastest internet speeds in the country next month, following the city being announced winner of the Gigatown Competition last year.
Supporters of an aquatic centre for Mosgiel are waiting with bated breath for the release of a Dunedin City Council report.
A new building is starting to take shape at Tirohanga Camp as volunteer builders began work on the structure last week.