A Mosgiel Christmas tradition ``too good to let go'' has been passed on.
Dunedin has set a record for November rainfall.
Gaming machines in Dunedin are making more than $17 million profit a year despite a drop in the number of machines and venues.
Tears flowed as an "awesome'' police college experience came to an end, starting three "exciting'' careers in Dunedin.
The Taieri Community Facilities Trust is making a call for ‘‘pool builders’’ to get a new aquatic facility built in Mosgiel.
Dunedin is on track for its wettest November on record as the city cleans up after flooding and slips.
South Island prisoners put love on lockdown as North Island inmates say I do.
A reluctant superhero continues to make Dunedin children smile. Warren ‘‘Poppa’’ Ockwell (82), of St Kilda, said Dunedin businesses gave him a mobility scooter, polystyrene and fibreboard and signage to build a Spider-Man car.
A Taieri girl swapped a figure-skating dress for an ice hockey jersey and has never looked back.
A central Dunedin business is investing in solar power to future-proof itself against rising electricity costs.
Dunedin is the most expensive place in the South to be buried.
A Dunedin City Council review of cemetery space has caused ‘‘warning bells’’ to sound, Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board chairwoman Sarah Davie-Nitis says.
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.