The police area commander for Coastal Otago has met Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board members, after Mosgiel residents voiced their frustrations about being unable to contact local police.
A Mosgiel group has formed to fight to get fluoride out of the Dunedin water supply until the chemical is proved safe.
A mufti day at Abbotsford School last week raised almost $1000 to support the family of cancer-stricken pupil Isaac Stocker.
Few would question Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board chairwoman Sarah Nitis' commitment to her city.
It is not just people who have enjoyed a long, hot summer — white-tail spiders are thriving in the Taieri and exterminators are flat out dealing with infestations.
The Dunedin City Council has $2.8m set aside for new cemetery plots in the Mosgiel area but there are questions over whether more are needed.
Exercise equipment at Highland Park reserve has been removed due to concerns about privacy and noise, a Dunedin City Council representative says.
Growing concerns from secondary school principals and parents about the impact of digital technology on teenagers and their families has prompted the East Taieri Church to organise a major educational workshop in Mosgiel.
A lone parking space in Mosgiel blamed for causing congestion will remain.
Something old, something new, something helicoptered, something blue — this year’s Party in the Park is a marriage of the best things the Taieri has to offer.
"A late summer clean" doesn’t quite have the same ring to it as "a spring clean" does.
The two Otago Regional Rescue Helicopters had a very busy time over the summer period, undertaking 85 missions in December and 87 in January.
A Mosgiel event aims to help the elderly have more fun and develop confidence.
Coast to Coast racer Scott Weatherall thanked his family and friends for their "insane" support, at a function in Brighton last week.
Recent positive developments in Brighton suggest it could become Dunedin’s ‘‘next St Clair’’.
Freedom campers flock to Ocean View Recreation Reserve and Brighton Domain over summer. Reporter Shawn McAvinue talks to three separate parties of German campers about their stay on the Taieri coast.