Nicole Broekhuyse is on a mission to do good in her community.
The remaining discretionary fund of the Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board has been spent, seven groups having made a case for a share of the cash.
A group of Ocean View residents concerned about the safety of wildlife want dogs to be banned from their beach.
New Zealand Transport Agency roading projects - delayed and new - were discussed at a Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board meeting last week.
A trapping project has been launched to control the possum population of Chain Hills.
A North Taieri girl was ‘‘shocked’’ to qualify to represent her country in a horse riding competition in Australia.
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.