When heavy rain earlier this month left travellers stranded, the Waikouaiti community stepped up to help.
The recent heavy rain resulted in some damage to roads in the Saddle Hill area, with a section of Scroggs Hill Rd requiring temporary repairs.
A crowd of nearly 1000 flocked to the twenty20 Super Smash cricket matches between the Otago sides and their Central District counterparts at the University of Otago Oval on Friday.
Twenty years after the final closure of the Mosgiel woollen mill, the vast Mill Park site still bustles with local industry.
A summer pool party at St Clair Hot Salt Water Pool on Tuesday featured a free barbecue and good times.
Dunedin racing car driver Chris Henderson talks to motoring reporter Shawn McAvinue about his 2012 Toyota GT86, which was built after he rolled his 1984 Toyota ...
A new bike ride group will start in St Clair next week, offering rides for retired people, shift workers and anyone else with a free morning.
Athletics Taieri athlete Ben Baines prepares to launch the javelin in the inaugural Yvette Williams Memorial Meet at the Caledonian on Monday night.
In the wake of last year’s tumultuous General Election, political researchers are examining attitudes to politics among voters in the Dunedin and Taieri electorates.
After seven years of escaping in their bus for the occasional weekend, recently retired Christchurch couple Allan and Cathy Luchford are loving having the time to explore the country at their leisure.
The double whammy of Covid-19 and unsettled weather has led to a sharp drop in the number of freedom campers visiting Dunedin sites so far this summer.
Dunedin police are holding a family fun day next weekend in a bid to reduce the spike in family violence they see at this time of year.
Contrary to popular belief, having a birthday on Christmas Day is not all that bad. Just ask Ken Rust, of Roslyn, who was born on December 25, 1953.
He’s making a list and checking it twice. Reporter Shawn McAvinue talks to Santa as he decides who has been naughty or nice in the region.
A new pool in Mosgiel will open nearly a decade after a community trust first floated the idea to the Dunedin City Council.