Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has put out the call to ‘‘roll up your sleeve for New Zealand’’, as the country gears up for the Super Saturday mass vaccination event. The Star is getting behind...
A Dunedin-founded parenting course that has helped hundreds of men to be better dads is expanding to other New Zealand centres.
Blake Acklin has a bucket-list adventure in his sights — walking the 3000km Te Araroa Trail the length of New Zealand.
With its annual appeal week affected by Covid-19 for the second year, the Dunedin Night Shelter Trust has been forced to adapt.
Pest trapping and backyard efforts to care for nature are ramping up in North Dunedin this spring, led by the team at Open Valley Urban Ecosanctuary.
The announcement that the Otago Regional Council will publicly notify the Dunedin City Council’s Smooth Hill Landfill consent application has been welcomed by community representatives.
Mosgiel Rotary members are adapting to the challenges of Covid-19 by coming up with a new plan for selling second-hand books.
Despite the impact of the Covid-19 Delta outbreak, newly appointed Alzheimers Otago manager Antoinette McLean is keen to hit the ground running.
Over the years, the Regent Book Sale collection team has faced many obstacles as it tours our the city accepting donations of items for the Regent 24 Hour Booksale.
The essential role played by the arts in people’s lives and the sheer passion of arts practitioners make it both beloved and adaptable. But, the impact of the Covid-19 Delta outbreak, with...
Prospect Park Productions producer H-J Kilkelly is frustrated and worried for the future of theatre in Dunedin after the latest Covid-19 outbreak.
Work on realigning the main trunk rail line beside State Highway 88 has resumed after lockdown.
The SBS Bank Dunedin Volunteer Awards ceremony has been postponed due to Covid-19 Alert Level 2 restrictions.
The Dunedin Night Shelter is open 24/7 and ready to help those needing a place to stay during lockdown.
The Southern DHB’s vaccine rollout has vastly scaled up in lockdown and more than 50,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine were administered last week.
Finding ways to have fun and stay positive has been a focus for many during the Covid-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown.
The future protection of taonga species at Orokonui Ecosanctuary has been given a boost with a substantial grant from the Otago Community Trust.
Since Alert Level 4 lockdown was announced, Jacob Rajan has been scrambling to reschedule South Island performances of his Indian Ink Theatre Company’s latest show Paradise or the Impermanence of...
The Covid-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown has changed the pace of life for many — neighbourhood walks are a popular pastime, while others wrestle with working from home. In Dunedin’s outer suburbs,...
The Southern DHB’s vaccine rollout continues to ramp up, more than a week into Alert Level 4 lockdown.