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.
Mosgiel is the latest addition to a national ‘‘motorhome friendly town’’ scheme facilitated by the New Zealand Motor Caravan Association.
Word of a Dunedin photo printing business has spread to electronic commerce giant Amazon.
A Dunedin cafe has opened a ‘‘mug library’’ so customers can ‘‘choose to refuse’’ the use of disposable coffee cups.
Community board heads are urging residents concerned about a proposal for a landfill on a site between Brighton and Dunedin Airport to make themselves heard.
Sunshine Lane in Musselburgh is closed as a result of Dunedin City Council contractors failing to clear vegetation blocking a drain, a frustrated resident claims.
Students are travelling from across the world for physically demanding internships at the Dunedin Botanic Garden.
Dunedin principals are working to stop motorists parking illegally outside schools and endangering children's lives.
A sculpture celebrating the history of market gardening in West Taieri is being planned for Outram.
A Mosgiel singer is in the United States and set to"belt out powerful songs'' and chase down a dream.
A scholarship has been launched in Dunedin to celebrate a local businesswoman and her "insatiable curiosity to innovate".
Dunedin is the first city to get a sneak peek at a new recreation app before its launch.
The NZ Transport Agency has announced it is set to ‘‘make a big statement’’ with a landscaping project at the state highway interchange in Mosgiel, including nearly 50,000 plants and a community space.
A call has been made to plant colourful vegetation in the middle of a Mosgiel roundabout and bury plans to plant ‘‘boring’’ natives.
Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board member Martin Dillon is calling for the Dunedin City Council to act before more pedestrians are blindsided by a pair of black lamp-posts.
The heaters may need to be cranked up in a Dunedin hall of residence to warm more than 20 students who shaved their heads to help send a security guard to Australia for cancer treatment.
The NZ Transport Agency has reassured Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board members Gordon Rd is destined for "a big asphalt job'', which could cost "millions''.
Car show organisers are admitting defeat in their fight to keep their events at Tahuna Park.