The extra safety of using helmets when riding e-scooters could be undermined by light-fingered, or indifferent, riders.
The Star reporters Brenda Harwood and Jessica Wilson ask Dunedin businesses and organisations for their thoughts on the transtasman bubble opening from 11:59pm tonight and what they're hoping for.
Anzac Day convener Lieutenant-commander (retired) Rob Tomlinson is looking forward to standing alongside thousands of Dunedin people at the dawn service this Anzac Day.
A red sea of poppies has spread across Dunedin, as 20,000 of the paper blooms are to be sold ahead of Anzac Day.
Dunedin disability advocate Chris Ford is a happy man.
Classic car enthusiasts will be on the road, car roofs down, enjoying the glory of autumn in back-to-back motoring tours — Autumn Colours Outing and Penrite Mainland Classic Tour.
After being derailed by the Covid-19 pandemic last year, the Beats-2 Study on active transportation to school is ramping up again.
The Wild Dunedin Festival is back and wilder than ever, offering 70 family-friendly events during the school holidays.
The Accessible Housing Forum gave disability advocates the chance to share a frank exchange of views on housing with national and local politicians, as well as housing-focused organisations.
The Dunedin Dream Brokerage "Off the Ground" initiative continues, with three very different artist-led projects being showcased in the city this month. Launched by the brokerage late last year, and...
Dunedin-based singer Anna Leese has stepped into a new role for this month’s Dunedin Arts Festival.
After six successful years in Dundas St, the Dunedin Folk Club is on the hunt for a new premises.
After 37 years with Allied Press Ltd, distribution contractor Dave Small knows the city’s streets like the back of his hand.
The Otago Community Trust has granted $63,495 to Fairfield School to assist with upgrading the school-community hall.
The DVML-Dunedin Railways "Trains Not Planes" campaign was a hot topic of discussion for the Waikouaiti Community Board at its meeting last week.
Waitati now has its own public art, with the appearance of murals on local walls over the summer.
Weekly train trips to Waitati over summer have been a boon for Blueskin Bay businesses, who are adding their voices to calls for the train to continue.
The exciting and growing job opportunities in the film industry will be highlighted during a panel discussion as part of the Options 2021 event next week.
Roadside culverts at Ocean View, near Brighton, are being overwhelmed by rain more often than they should be.
The unveiling of a painting of St Mary MacKillop, depicting her time in Port Chalmers in the late 19th century, is the culmination of a 10-year project.