In a series, The Star is investigating the state of clubs in Dunedin. This week, reporter Shawn McAvinue chats to fishing clubs about the state of the scene.
‘‘Don’t get me wrong, I love my kids but it’s great to see the back of them once a year,’’ Shawn McAvinue says as he and his wife leave their children with her parents in Dunedin and...
A pair of Dunedin butchers are a cut above the rest and will represent the South at a national competition.
When the going gets tough, the tough eat oats.
A Dunedin business is the first to "step and sign on" for a programme to provide support to people living with Alzheimer’s.
A delay of the demolition of the University of Otago Squash Club courts and clubrooms in North Dunedin is allowing play to continue for another year. But this is on the...
No man is an island. When Aaron McLeod committed suicide in Dunedin in February this year, it shook the family he left behind.
Personal encounters with mental health battles fought in Dunedin have spurred two local men to put on an art exhibition.
Wacky wigs were the latest fashion at Dunedin Hospital last week.
A Mosgiel market is going from strength to strength.
Dunedin mourners are out of pocket as cemetery plot prices continue to skyrocket.
Everything is going ka pai for a new Dunedin business.
John Oxley, of Corstorphine, waits for whitebait to enter his net in Waikouaiti River on Friday.
In a series, the Taieri Times is recognising people for the good work they do in the community. This week reporter Shawn McAvinue talks to Shop ’n Taieri volunteer Trish Didham, of Mosgiel.
Nearly 40 vehicles embarked on the Mates Car Cruize Father’s Day run from Dunedin to the East Otago Machinery Club in Palmerston for a barbecue. Reporter Shawn McAvinue photographed...
It’s official — New Zealand’s best toasted sandwich is made in Dunedin.
The annual Mosgiel Rotary Club mega sale is set to go ahead in Alert Level 2.
Is running a baby shop in Dunedin child’s play? Reporter Shawn McAvinue talks to two baby shop retailers — one entering and one leaving the market — about the reasons for their moves.
Dunedin transgender woman Jenny Kendrick is set to tell her story.
A historic building is getting a $3 million facelift in central Dunedin.