Mosgiel people will soon find out where their new pool will be built — but it might not make a splash with everyone.
Dunedin Holden enthusiast Dave Bouman is a man of his word.
Jim Bennett, of Dunedin, talks to Shawn McAvinue about his half-scale replica Morgan three-wheeler toy car and supercharged Impulse racing car.
A "crazy'' concert featuring "mental'' musicians will launch a new Dunedin event promotions company next week.
The "crazy fun'' at Fairfield Craft Group could leave you in stitches.
The Mosgiel-Taieri Community Patrol has been the "eyes and ears'' of police for a decade.
An Australian film-maker is on an international search for money to get his miniseries on the Bain family murders made.
A Dunedin hotel is set for a magical makeover. Dunedin businessman Jia Liu will take over ownership of the Law Courts Hotel, on the corner of Cumberland and Stuart Sts, on Monday.
Forbidden fruit and nectar are some of the nearly 1000 items seized and destroyed by border officials at Dunedin Airport in the past five years.
A sharp drop in roadside breath tests in the South is due to a change in tactics, police say. But the AA is calling for the return of "high-profile blitzes to send a message'' to motorists.
A Mosgiel club's extensive eyewear collection will be a sight for sore eyes for people in the Pacific.
All aboard. A derailed project to get a Wi-Fi hot spot at Middlemarch Railway Station has been picked up, "fast-tracked'' and the hot spot has gone live.
A "derelict'' hall is getting a face-lift in a bid to strengthen the community spirit in the rolling hill country west of the Taieri River.
Rumours next year's Brass Monkey Rally will be the last are just that - rumours - a rally committee member says.
A company providing information technology services opened its South Dunedin office this week.
Meet Dunedin's newest front-line cop. Jackson Larrivee, of Dunedin, is one of the 78 new constables to graduate from the Royal New Zealand Police College this month.
Mosgiel District Lions Club president John Stewart rarely finds himself lacking female company.
The Dunedin City Council has given Chain Hills resident Rebecca Guest nearly $3000 to help a bid to return the South Island robin to her neighbourhood.
‘‘Horrifying’’ house prices and a ‘‘ridiculously’’ small number of properties for sale is making Dunedin ‘‘a seller’s market’’.
The outlook for the commercial construction sector in Dunedin looks ‘‘healthy’’ as more consents spur a ‘‘steady pipeline of work’’.