A funding application to launch a community centre in Warrington has been approved after "lying on the table" for three months.
BNZ Mosgiel will close permanently on Christmas Eve.
Dunedin interior designer Annie Simpson-King has been busier than ever.
Jonathan Storm's a busy man. In between working full-time as a quality officer at United Machinists in Dunedin, he studies mechanical engineering part-time at Otago Polytechnic and develops a product range for his business Smokebox Salts.
Dunedin man Gary Magee has changed the way he earns a crust.
A group of Maori women are doing it for themselves in Dunedin.
Safety concerns about some sections of roads in the Saddle Hill Community Board area continue to be raised.
A new Dunedin City Council subcontractor "dropped the ball" by allowing roadside vegetation to grow "extremely high", Saddle Hill Community Board chairman Scott Weatherall says.
An annual Christmas event in Brighton next month has been given $1000 funding from the Saddle Hill Community Board.
The Tribal Nations Motorcycle Club held a Mosgiel Family Community Fun Day on Saturday to raise awareness of teen suicide issues.
Santa Claus is set to attend the annual Christmas Family Fun Night in Mosgiel next month.
The Family Bike Day — hosted by Connecting Dunedin and Plunket — aimed to encourage safe and active travel around Dunedin and featured activities including cycle skills coaching, free bike...
A nearly $50,000 treehouse designed by two Dunedin pupils is set to become a reality.
Owners of a second-hand shop in South Dunedin are ready to start a new chapter.
In a series, The Star reporters are interviewing owners of Dunedin buildings which were built for one purpose but now serve another. This week, Shawn McAvinue talks to ...
The gloves are off for two feuding naturist clubs in Dunedin.
A Dunedin naturist club is feeling the pinch after a pandemic closed New Zealand borders to tourists.
Emirates Team New Zealand flight controller Blair Tuke (left) and grinder Guy Endean show Callum Scorringe (6), of Abbotsford, the America’s Cup in South Dunedin on Monday.
An Outram market set to debut next week was created after a flower show with an 87-year history in the village started to wilt.
An Abbotsford family is pleased a new partnership will result in more servings of porridge to nourish them in the morning.