The Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board is making it clear it had no decision-making power in the Mosgiel-Taieri Safer School Streets Project.
Temporary infrastructure in Mosgiel streets is dangerous for cyclists, residents say.
Community board members are hoping a new action list will solve its communication problems.
Santa Claus will be coming to town next weekend.
It's been a busy start to the season for lifeguards, with seven people rescued since beach patrols started at Dunedin’s surf life-saving clubs last month.
A solar-powered real-time bus sign will be installed at Macandrew Bay.
Otago Polytechnic students are excited to end the year on a positive note.
Temporary speed bumps may be installed in Tomahawk Rd to prevent "hooning".
An Otago Peninsula pupil will attend a summer university programme next year.
Work on the Peninsula Connection will pause during the Christmas break.
Otago primary school pupils flocked to the Caledonian Ground on Tuesday for the annual athletics championship.
Keeping young people safe from sexual exploitation is key for Otepoti Collective Against Sexual Abuse’s newest programme developer.
After attending a School Strike for Climate march last year, Caius Phillips was inspired to take action.
A Dunedin tennis player has won a recent doubles competition.
An Otago athlete overcame a nightmare scenario to win gold at the national road race-walking championships.
A multisport event has a new road-cycling option.
Dunedin residents are being urged to keep themselves, and their pets, safe during Guy Fawkes celebrations.
A Concord woman has got the haircut she has dreamed of while raising money for charity.
An "emotional" event to honour members of the New Zealand Women’s Land Service was held on Sunday.
Two holes in one in two days is a good feat. But three in three days is even better.