A historic building in Dunedin's wharf precinct is set to come to life with lanterns next week.
An investigation is "boiling away" to save a broken neon horse-and-rider sign on a Dunedin mall.
A night market is set to return to Mosgiel and give more to the community than just good food.
A Fairfield family is bracing for a season of blueberry "madness" after opening their farm to pickers.
Spare a thought for those who miss out on a birthday this year. Shawn McAvinue talks to five Dunedin people born on February 29, which only comes around every four years.
A love of the ocean stops "fomo'' hitting Dunedin lifeguards too hard.
A three-day reunion is brewing for former Fairfield Tavern staff and patrons.
Contractors will work around the clock to repair a section of Mosgiel highway from next week.
The first of a series of school projects celebrating heritage on the Taieri is on display.
Dunedin man Chris Millar won't miss having dreadlocks this Christmas.
Dunedin dog Riley is back to her usual playful self after being mauled by two large dogs in March.
A Mosgiel family is pitching in as pool builders to get a new aquatic facility in their town.
A Dunedin man battling a rare and deadly brain disorder continues to beat the odds on his road to recovery.
A Dunedin nurse wants people with first-aid training to sign up to an emergency app.
A Dunedin pensioner has slammed the Dunedin City Council for a "tatty and horrible'' cluster of berm gardens.
The Dunedin Model Aero Club still has nothing to go on in the case of a long-drop toilet which was washed away in recent flooding.
Mosgiel sisters Jean Kidd and Pat Wright decided to split the cost to get their names on the pool builders' wall.
Any "wanton'' vandalism of property in Mosgiel should be reported as soon as possible, police say.
A project launched to stop Taieri school pupils having to ‘‘run the gauntlet’’ to get to school safely is overdue, a school principal says.