The Government rewards lazy ‘‘losers’’ in need of ‘‘state care’’, Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board member Maurice Prendergast says.
A Dunedin patchwork and embroidery shop is closing after 35 years of business.
About 1200 model vehicles from across Otago are on display in Dunedin.
The vacant sole police officer position in Middlemarch is to be filled by Constable Allan Lynch when he moves from the Manawatu this month.
Concerns have been raised about the position of a street light which protudes from a new footpath in Fairfield.
Dunedin City Council contractors need to clean up their ‘‘awful mess’’ and finish a job in Abbotsford started a month ago, a resident says.
A new emergency command unit is in Dunedin and waiting for its first callout.
Taieri College rugby players are collecting old batteries on Sunday in a bid to lace up their boots on the Iberian Peninsula.
The Dunedin City Council is unfairly failing children enrolled in its new swim school, a mother says.
Dunedin City Council should lower its fee for dumping green waste, a community board member says.
A call has been made to build a path across a "ridiculously muddy'' section of a Mosgiel dog park.
Black plastic Dunedin City Council rubbish bags could be discontinued.
A Brighton sports field featuring ‘‘a lake of stagnant water’’ reveals a lack of maintenance by the Dunedin City Council, a rugby club president and community board head say.
A Dunedin student has returned home after competing in an international innovation contest in France.
A face-lift of cricketing facilities at a Mosgiel park will make it ‘‘one of the nicest grounds around’’.
Freedom camping ‘‘pop-up’’ areas in Dunedin were discussed at a Saddle Hill Community Board meeting.
The Dunedin City Council has engaged a contractor to complete feasibility studies to identify a preferred option for a landfill site.
Students in Dunedin are preparing to secure a summer internship and possibly a career.
An accident is waiting to happen because of the design of a Mosgiel street, Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board chairwoman Sarah Nitis says.
A South African family have lived in several parts of New Zealand for the past 10 years but when they arrived in Mosgiel they decided to settle and become citizens.