Christmas could be lacking an essential ingredient in Mosgiel this year.
Walton Park residents appear to be "scared'' of a new community fruit and vegetable stand in their neighbourhood.
Home is where the heart is for Dunedin dentist Jessie Wilson.
Outram School pupils, parents and staff dived head first into a "Swimathon'' recently.
A call has been made for a modest former Black Cap to be selected for a project recognising Taieri people who have achieved excellence in their field.
Contractors laying the final asphalt surface in Gordon Rd in Mosgiel had a rough day on site on Tuesday, damaging a fire hydrant and creating a temporary water fountain.
After nearly 135 years of protecting parishioners, the roof at Mosgiel Methodist Church is being replaced.
A chilly, overcast day hasn't put off party time in Mosgiel today, with a big crowd expected at the Party in the Park event.
The former Mosgiel Railway Station building has a new tenant but it will only be open to members to use as a storage and distribution centre and wholesale retail outlet.
A dead-end street in Fairfield has been given a new lease of life.
A search continues to find a solution for an unwanted gift scattered across Mosgiel.
Mosgiel residents and social services are set to create a "village hub'' to give older residents a place to get information about groups and services, and socialise.
A half-hour journey from central Dunedin unveils a hidden gem - a trove of historical treasures from the early days of the Taieri.
A spin-off of a new community partnership is Mosgiel police station being open to the public for longer.
Access to properties has been delayed longer than anticipated near the intersection of Inglis St and Gordon Rd in Mosgiel due to ongoing major roadworks.
A revised book covering nearly 200 years of history of the Taieri Mouth district is set to be launched on Waitangi Day.
A night market is set to return to Mosgiel and give more to the community than just good food.
A Fairfield family is bracing for a season of blueberry "madness" after opening their farm to pickers.
The first of a series of school projects celebrating heritage on the Taieri is on display.
A three-day reunion is brewing for former Fairfield Tavern staff and patrons.