A "celebrity'' car is back in Dunedin and will be the focus of an event tomorrow to raise money for the proposed aquatic facility in Mosgiel.
About half of the nearly $240,000 of freedom camping infringement notices issued in Dunedin has been paid.
Mosgiel Community Food Bank has more clients with no fixed abode than ever before, says co-ordinator Michelle Kerr.
Concept plans are being designed in a bid to make a Mosgiel footpath safer for pedestrians.
Clinton Chambers has left Mosgiel to pursue a business opportunity in the city.
A former refugee is painting a brighter future in Dunedin.
More time and money is needed to replace two pump stations in Mosgiel which failed to move water fast enough to stop flooding.
Brighton woman Michelle Budge hit ‘‘tipping point’’ when her dog rolled in human faeces at a freedom camping hot spot.
The fuses in a student flat in North Dunedin are failing as its eight residents make the most of an hour of free power.
Skip Paris and forget Florence; if you’re seeking romantic places in the world, look no further than Dunedin suburb Mornington.
A Dunedin man is to shave a hairstyle a decade in the making in a bid to extend his mother's life.
A Mosgiel group has formed to fight to get fluoride out of the Dunedin water supply until the chemical is proved safe.
More than 3000 tickets were issued from three new fixed speed cameras in Dunedin last month.
A Dunedin carpentry apprentice has been named the king of a castle-making competition at Otago Polytechnic.
A mechanic in is holding a free motoring maintenance workshop for women in central Dunedin next week after seeing many ‘‘expensive’’ and avoidable mistakes.
A guide instructing Southern district police officers to remain tight-lipped to media about the nationality of drivers involved in fatal crashes remains active, despite its creator leaving the force.
A Jurassic park in Dunedin is set for an overhaul with plans for new play equipment.
An "exploited'' immigrant wants to stay in Dunedin to fight for the money he is owed.
A burger business born to serve scarfies in Dunedin continues to grow.
Car enthusiasts want the Dunedin City Council to do a U-turn and lift its car show ban in Tahuna Park.