Businesses in Great King St are concerned about losing car parking when the Otago Regional Council’s bus hub is built, but many feel the hub will bring more foot traffic to the area.
A Mosgiel teenager is filling a void in the local music scene.
Shop on Taieri is under new ownership. The shop, in Gordon Rd, was ‘‘gifted’’ to the Saddle Hill Foundation Trust by Presbyterian Support Otago (PSO) on July 2.
The Saddle Hill Foundation Trust has been given a $20,000 boost, which will keep its youth programmes running.
Glendale Retirement Home residents and staff are escaping Dunedin winter and setting sail to Fiji.
While most pupils are exposed to drugs and alcohol outside school, it is important for schools to be equipped to deal with issues that may arise from them, a national youth services adviser says.
Dunedin Police’s newest recruit has a nose for catching offenders.
Two years of Youth Employment Success (YES) was celebrated on Tuesday night at an event attended by more than 100 YES youth friendly employers and supporters.
A simple wish has made one 8-year-old the "most happiest girl in the world''.
Otago Peninsula bus advocates are "delighted'' Otago Regional Councillors have voted in favour of making their suggested changes to the bus service.
A Dunedin high school is one of 12 in the country chosen to be part of an Education Review Office report.
The shelves at Presbyterian Support Otago are empty and ready to be filled.
A Mosgiel author has shared her tips with young aspiring writers.
Dust off your fascinator and get out your lounge suit; a royal celebration is coming to Mosgiel. Kind of.
Dunedin schools have moved to get on the front foot before the release of the second season of a controversial television show.
A bus stop in Marne St has been ruled out by officials, who say it would be too unsafe due to the risk of nearby rock falls.
Three university students are hoping to make charging your electric vehicle a little easier.
A hands-on science project is making its way into Dunedin primary school classrooms via an ancient worm that once delayed widening work on State Highway 1.
The Mosgiel-Taieri community board is in the ‘‘development stage’’ of aheritage project which will celebrate local sporting achievements.
A Dunedin weightlifter will be teaming up with some of the country’s best lifters in New Caledonia next month.