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.
Contractors will work around the clock to repair a section of Mosgiel highway from next week.
A Mosgiel family is pitching in as pool builders to get a new aquatic facility in their town.
The Dunedin Model Aero Club still has nothing to go on in the case of a long-drop toilet which was washed away in recent flooding.
Mosgiel sisters Jean Kidd and Pat Wright decided to split the cost to get their names on the pool builders' wall.
Any "wanton'' vandalism of property in Mosgiel should be reported as soon as possible, police say.
Three months after taking delivery of three shipping containers, the Green Island Shed continues to take shape.
A project launched to stop Taieri school pupils having to ‘‘run the gauntlet’’ to get to school safely is overdue, a school principal says.
A ‘‘fantastic’’ new community fruit and vegetable stand has been set up in Waldronville.
The Dunedin Central Rotary Club joined the "pool builders'' to help create an aquatic facility in Mosgiel which will benefit swimmers across the city.
The repair of a damaged barrier on a Mosgiel bridge is imminent, a representative for the NZ Transport Agency says.
A beautification project has been launched in a bid to stop "hooligans'' destroying a car park in North Taieri.
A Mosgiel Christmas tradition ``too good to let go'' has been passed on.
An "intriguing'' plant has become the centrepiece of a Mosgiel garden.
Parcels from the Mosgiel Community Food Bank are in strong demand as rent, power and fuel costs continue to rise.