Watching over their community, while being ‘‘eyes and ears’’ for the police is a labour of love for members of the Mosgiel/Taieri Community Patrol.
A concept has been launched in a bid to get more people to visit Strath Taieri and to save a train service.
An array of ‘‘amazing’’ aeroplanes and a fleet of ‘‘wonderful’’ vehicles were on display at the Taieri Wings & Wheels Spectacular.
Festival of the Plain chairman Ian Chalmers seems to have got his wish for fine weather for today's Party in the Park in Mosgiel.
The Outram Rodeo Club may have taken a bath financially by holding a rodeo to help another club hit by flooding but they did it ‘‘for the sake of the sport’’.
It’s full steam ahead for a stage of a project to transport an historic railway carriage and two cattle wagons across Dunedin.
Two ‘‘major contributors’’ to Fairfield School’s culture of high expectation and achievement retired this week.
Changes to a Southern Motorway off-ramp leading into Mosgiel will improve visibility for road users.
Cruise ship passengers’ desire to take shorter rail journeys could spell the end of the only train service to Middlemarch.
The sole police officer in Middlemarch is enjoying village life after celebrating a year in the job.
The call has gone out for singers to come together and form a community choir for the Green Island "Festival of Carols'' in December.
The Department of Conservation has moved to block illegally-formed vehicle tracks in the Westwood-Brighton area.