A Dunedin teacher is at a career crossroads as a garment she designed has been selected for exhibition in a national museum.
A change to a freedom camping site in Ocean View is causing confusion for tourists.
Mosgiel-based technology company TracMap has been recognised for its work in the Australian wine industry and as it makes a ‘‘push’’ to get the technology in vineyards in the United States.
A "gutted'' mother and son on holiday in Dunedin are leaving the city today unable to realise a dream of riding a dinosaur slide.
New legislation gives animal welfare inspectors the power to fine people for leaving a dog in a hot vehicle.
A Dunedin woman who built a community project wants to ask the vandals who destroyed it one question: Why?
Middlemarch impressed during a celebration of vintage locomotives.
A ‘‘peace garden’’ in North Dunedin has had a face-lift. University of Otago medical student John Laurenson, of Fairlie, said he led a project to renovate the garden in Albany St.
A Dunedin car painter, familiar with the colour gold, is set to represent New Zealand in Russia.
Competitors travelled from around the South Island to take part in the Middlemarch Ploughing Match yesterday.
A steel plough forged in Mosgiel more than a century ago will feature behind a pack of Clydesdales in Middlemarch this weekend - possibly for the final time.
A project to improve a Mosgiel intersection has stalled.
The Strath Taieri Lions Club are holding a street party in the town on Sunday.
The welcome mat remains out on a farm near Middlemarch to the soldiers who accidentally started a fire on a windy night.
A call has been made for nominations to recognise Taieri people who have achieved excellence in their field and brought credit to the area.
More women than men in Dunedin have indicated they are willing to give their organs if they die.
A battle to name a road in a new East Taieri subdivision has taken another turn.
A new fitness class set to launch in Fairfield next week has been given a funding boost.
A Mosgiel woman is "disgusted'' how her hometown has been portrayed in some parts of the media.
Top Types celebrates people for the good they do in the community; This week, Shawn McAvinue talks to Royal District Nursing Service community support worker Robyn Ruddell.