Outram School pupils collected a vast pile of rubbish from the rural roadsides near their school during a recent clean-up.
Mosgiel-Taieri Community Patrol members are "absolutely delighted'' to have a vehicle to help keep their streets safe.
Outram butcher Lyndon Gold says some of his cuts of meat may have a slightly smoky flavour now that he has joined the township's volunteer fire brigade.
A call has gone out for singers to ‘‘have a go’’ as entries open for the Country Music Dunedin Awards in Wingatui.
Concerns about motorists speeding in a Mosgiel street have been shared; but for police to act, witnesses need to front up in court.
Residents of a Mosgiel street fear a child will be killed if the Dunedin City Council fails to install measures to slow down speeding motorists.
A Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board member has asked the board's chairwoman if she is looking for a "bare-knuckled encounter'' over a submission on ageing.
It appears the American poet Robert Frost was right when he said "good fences make good neighbours''.
Taieri residents looking for improvements to bus routes will have an opportunity to share their ideas at a public meeting next week.
The wait is nearly over. Senior Constable Fred Jansen is educating motorists about correct use of signals when travelling around three new roundabouts in Green Island.
Taieri Dramatic Society continues its 70th anniversary programme with a new local comedy for mature audiences - Bangers `n' Mash.
Strath Taieri Community Board chairman Barry Williams has revealed his favoured design option for a new bridge across the Taieri River at Sutton.
"Strong, unassuming'' Altrusa Club of Taieri member Clare Banks has won a prestigious national award for leadership.
Mosgiel Caravan Park residents remain in the dark on the Dunedin City Council's plans for their home.
Favourite fictional characters — including some from Star Wars, Dr Who, Scooby Doo and Moana — will come together in Fairfield School’s production at the end of the month.
Looking back on two years of serving the Green Island community, Leanne Stenhouse is proud of making a difference to the lives of local people.