Military values and unparalleled opportunities are what drew Dunedin Private Rebecca McNaughton to join the Army Reserves.
Two holes in one in two days is a good feat. But three in three days is even better.
A Mosgiel woman is slamming the Dunedin City Council for removing a bus stop.
The "territory of the heart" that is a New Zealand childhood is at the centre of Bruce Mason’s classic play The End of the Golden Weather.
Get set to sing at a spring fling in Mosgiel.
After a year heavily impacted by Covid-19, the team behind Arcade Theatre Company’s production of Jean Paul Sartre’s pitch-black comedy No Exit are thrilled to be bringing the play to the stage at...
Volunteer South has released its new emergency volunteering database.
A "one-stop shop" to bring employers, training organisations, jobseekers, school-leavers, and graduates together is expected to attract hundreds of people.
Fringe All Blacks Mitchell Dunshea and Cullen Grace will make a welcome return for Canterbury when they take on Bay of Plenty on Saturday.
A group of Mosgiel neighbours wants the reserve in their neighbourhood looked after.
For Dunedin trail and ultra runner Anna Frost, motherhood is her toughest challenge yet.
The Dunedin City Council is refusing to fix a collapsing walkway near a historic fortified Maori pa.
An organisation has withdrawn its funding request to the Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board after board members raised concerns.
Empowering everyone to have access to the digital world, from children to older people, is a labour of love for Dunedin-based digital inclusion advocate Amy Souquet.
Time spent isolated from family and friends due to Covid-19 has spurred older people in Dunedin and Otago to work on their digital skills.
After a very lean year for the arts, the chance to sing and dance for real live audiences is a great thrill for the 60-strong cast of The Highlights.
Dunedin Archery Club’s beginners’ courses are taking off.
The new national champion of community-made media, Sasha Borissenko, got her start in Dunedin - studying at the University of Otago and broadcasting on Radio One.
Overcoming the fear of somehow "breaking" their new smartphones has been an important step for Dunedin women Jeanette Crosado, Pam Lyons and Lesley McLachlan.
A Mosgiel beautification project has become "bigger than Ben-Hur".