A Mosgiel-Taieri community board member believes a "deliberate" decision was made to withhold information on changing the entrance to the new Mosgiel swimming pool.
About $1500 has been raised to support a hospital in Gaza.
Come early August, there may be fewer bogey-men on Dunedin golf courses and more albatrosses.
Clutching plastic cutlery and a plastic-coated paper plate could soon be consigned to the dustbin of history.
There was ‘‘bone fide’’ excitement at the K9 Medical Detection New Zealand facility in Mosgiel this week.
REVIEW by Brenda Harwood SONGS AND SERENADES Dunedin Symphony OrchestraKing’s and Queen’s Performing Arts Centre Saturday, July 3 Strings, woodwind and voice all had their time...
When did you last pause to think about your relationship with nature? The question is a fascinating one for masters in science communications student Olivia Taylor-Peebles, who is...
A Dunedin organisation has for 35 years helped people find peace in creativity.
When Reuben Kinghorn took possession of his classic Ford about two and a-half years ago, he discovered a dark secret. His 1947 Ford Club Coupe Super Deluxe, which was imported from California...
Getting ready for a good old fashioned Scots celebration are the Haggis Protection Society members (from left) Sam Cadden, Ray O'Brien, Murdo Ross, James Lindsay and Christian Macfarlane.
A group of young people sowed the seeds for what became the Otago Youth Wellness Trust 25 years ago.
A Dunedin City Councillor wants a report on the possibility of installing red light cameras at intersections.
Another barrier has been brought down.
Community interest in the Saddle Hill Community Board meeting was high last week, multiple groups addressing the board during the public forum.
A new road in Mosgiel is to be named after a man with no connections to Otago.
With a vocal range of two and a-half octaves - three on a good day - Qrowe Brittenden is what you would call a rare secret weapon in choral circles.
Learning to walk is usually a proud moment for any parent, but for Sarah and Jason McCook, of North East Valley, it was the first sign something was wrong with their son, Connor.
Fashion design student Katie Mangai wants to make maternity wear less of a hassle.
A Mosgiel motorist is angry about the new roundabout at the intersection of Factory and Wingatui Rds.
When the Covid-19 pandemic forced the country to flee offices and community spaces, Petridish co-founders Jason and Kate Lindsey wondered if it was the end.