Dunedin is past, present and future for Havoc Farm Pork, business co-owner Linda McCallum Jackson says.
A Mosgiel teenager hopes to perform in Hollywood later this year.
Being able to read and write is important for all of us. But many people in prison lack the basic level of writing and reading required to function in everyday life.
A Dunedin man will display the fruits of a year's labour at an upcoming Lego show in the city.
The local government sector has to accept the need to change, Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull told the Saddle Hill Community Board at its last meeting on Thursday.
A recent donation will help to meet extra costs at Dunedin Riding for the Disabled over the winter months.
A project is under way to unearth information about Strath Taieri men who fought in World War 1.
The frame of the ''Welcome to Mosgiel'' sign was returned to its original place next to the Z service station on Gordon Rd last week.
A new project is under way to compile histories of houses in the Strath Taieri district.
The Dunedin residential property market is busy with buyers facing a lot of competition, say those in the market.
Tai chi, street parties and birthdays are among the events hosted at the Robertson Memorial Hall in Ocean View.
A prestigious award has taken Fairfield School's principal around the world on a quest to learn more about education.
Being a volunteer host on board the Taieri Gorge Railway since 1988 says something about his personality, Otago Excursion Train Trust chairman Trevor Buchanan says.
East Taieri Church facilitator Joy Davis has announced her intention to stand for the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board in the local government elections.
A recreation centre in Balclutha was a similar example of community collaboration to the proposed Mosgiel pool, the Taieri Community Facilities Trust chairwoman told a meeting last week.
Five Athletics Taieri para athletes leave Dunedin next Wednesday on the way to the Paralympic Games, which begin on September 7.
The beautification of Mosgiel will continue, with a mural to be painted on a brick wall on the south side of the Mosgiel RSA car park.
Prisoners are cooking up new opportunities at the Otago Corrections Facility.
Staff at Riselaw Rd Playcentre are frustrated at the destruction of a vegetable garden they and their pupils have been cultivating for the last 18 months.
People contact has been the main appeal for one longtime Dunedin City Libraries book bus driver.