Dunedin Fringe Festival co-directors Ruth Harvey and Kate Schrader are delighted with the array of artists and performers who already have signed up to be part of the 2024 festival.
Tchaikovsky’s Piano ConcertoDunedin Symphony OrchestraDunedin Town Hall Saturday, December 2A large audience came together at Dunedin Town Hall to hear the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra in...
This week, The Star launches a new series looking at community gardens in Dunedin, looking at how they work, their benefits, and sharing information on how people can get involved.
The Christmas story is depicted in a unique way at First Church of Otago — through a larger-than-life 3-D nativity scene designed to be filled up with donated groceries.
They are cute, fluffy, and adorable ... and about to become a major headache for Dunedin animal welfare organisations.
The small beach at Te Rauone Reserve, at the end of Otago Peninsula, is dotted with native flaxes and shrubs as part of ongoing efforts to improve the area and help prevent erosion.
The true source of ingredients for the popular Sri Lankan vegetarian curries served at Dunedin’s Yours cafe and venue will be explored in a new documentary to be filmed early next year.
Descendants and families of 150 New Zealand men — including 30 from Otago, killed in the World War 2 sinking of HMS Neptune, will gather in Dunedin next month for a reunion.
One of music’s "most majestic moments" awaits the audience at Saturday’s Dunedin Symphony Orchestra concert, featuring Tchaikovsky’s extraordinary Piano Concerto No. 1.
A modern re-imagining of Chekhov’s classic play The Cherry Orchard by Dunedin’s Sahara BreeZe (SBZ) Productions brings spectacular physical performance, original music, and multi-media together in an absorbing, entertaining production.
Gifts from well-known visiting potters will be displayed alongside works by Otago Potters Group members in the group’s 60th annual exhibition this month.
Times are changing at Servants Health Centre in central Dunedin, as three of its long-serving volunteer GPs plan to step down at the end of the year.
After a shaky start, preparations for the Dunedin Community Christmas Dinner are in full swing, with the DCC and Dunedin Community House stepping in to help.
Sahara BreeZe (SBZ) Productions presents The Cherry Orchard, by Anton ChekhovReview by BRENDA HARWOOD
Young Dunedin musician Freya Jeffery, 12, is in for a thrilling experience, when she joins international musician Jackie Bristow in performing at Parliament next week.
The design skills of 75 graduating Te Pūkenga Otago Polytechnic School of Design students, across a broad range of disciplines, will be showcased in the annual "Debrief" exhibition, which opens to...
Otago Regional Council transport implementation lead Julian Phillips continued his rounds of community boards with an appearance at the Saddle Hill Community Board meeting, held in central Dunedin last week.
Bus services were top of mind for Waikouaiti Coast Community Board members at its last meeting for the year, held last week in Warrington.
About 300 people gathered in bright sunshine at the cenotaph in Queen’s Gardens on Saturday for the Dunedin RSA Service of Remembrance, marking the 105th anniversary of the end of World War 1 at...
Despite being the largest ethnicity in the Pacific, with a population of 9 million spread across many islands, the rich array of Melanesian languages and dialects is relatively unknown in Dunedin.