A Dunedin rugby club is being upgraded just in time for its 150th anniversary.
Fencing surrounds the Mosgiel Pool before its demolition. The pool, in Gordon Rd, was closed on May and a new pool will be built on the site.
Te Wiki o te Reo Maori is about participation and celebration, school pupils say.
Otago Neighbourhood Support has some new volunteers after seeking help from the University of Otago’s Ignite Consultants.
Registrations for the New Zealand Masters Games 2022 are open.
With the move to Covid-19 Alert Level 2 for Dunedin and the rest of the country except Auckland, many local businesses are hitting the ground running and clearing backlogs of jobs.
Teachers and pupils are looking forward to returning to the classroom today, principals say.
There are a lot of happy golfers this week.
A Dunedin weightlifting coach is reflecting on his experience at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
University of Otago students who completed tests and assignments during Alert Level 4 will receive some academic support.
Dunedin students are doing their bit to help the community.
More Dunedin sports events have been cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions.
The Emerson’s Dunedin Marathon has been postponed.
Two old rivals will again battle for the Dunedin premier crown this weekend.
In a series, The Star reporter Jessica Wilson aims to highlight unsung heroes of Dunedin’s sporting community. This week, she talks to football volunteers Belinda Hunsche and Jo Stewart.
Entries are open for the Emerson’s Dunedin Marathon.
University of Otago libraries are full as exams get under way this week.
Broad Bay Boating Club is one step closer to upgrading its facilities.
An experienced rowing coach has been nationally recognised for her contribution to the sport.
A citizen science monitoring programme has been given a boost by the Otago Regional Council’s Eco Fund.