College A made a strong start to its premier A title defence, beating University Albion A 62-40 at the Edgar Centre on Saturday.
Balaclava School’s newest play equipment is going to be hot property.
A university student is helping others cut down on food waste.
A nationwide sporting event for teachers is being held in Dunedin for the first time.
The first centre passes in Dunedin Netball’s premier and senior competitions will be thrown tomorrow.
There will be bubbles and cupcakes in a Mosgiel hair and skin salon this week.
The Dunedin Returned and Services Association is calling for volunteers to help with the annual Poppy Day collection ahead of Anzac Day.
A new project is investigating the impact of dealing with grief, bereavement and loss during last year’s lockdown restrictions.
The Otago Peninsula Biodiversity Group has reached a significant milestone.
A high school pupil recently had a chance to experience university life.
After nearly 4400 hours patrolling Dunedin’s beaches, lifeguards are putting the flags away.
Many of Dunedin’s girls’ and co-educational intermediate and secondary schools are opting into the Government’s initiative to provide them with free period products.
In a series, The Star reporter Jessica Wilson aims to highlight unsung heroes of Dunedin’s sporting community. This week, she talks to handball player Annalise Wilson.
St John emergency medical technician Matt McKenzie (left) and area executive officer Eileen Stephen received a $2000 donation from Dunedin Masonic Charity Bowls group members this week.
Anderson’s Bay School pupils prefer climbing trees and writing poetry.
A popular East Taieri bridge will be replaced, about a year after it was closed.
Mosgiel families are invited to a Whanau Fun day on Sunday.
A new book, Mornington Memoirs, delves into the lives of the Jelley family, their friends and neighbours.
Nearly 40 years on, cricket team mates still remember Billy Somerville’s one-handed catch which earned them a spot in the league final.
Aquagold Artistic Swimming Club has coaches, resources and pool time — it just does not have any swimmers.