Despite not getting the results it was after, the Dunedin men’s netball team learnt a lot while competing in a South Island tournament.
The Otago University Students’ Association president is hoping for a high turnout of first-time student voters this election.
Every vote counts, so Corstorphine residents will cast theirs together.
The need for a new car is the most common goal for people applying for Good Loans.
Dunedin Archery Club’s beginners’ courses are taking off.
An organisation has withdrawn its funding request to the Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board after board members raised concerns.
For Dunedin trail and ultra runner Anna Frost, motherhood is her toughest challenge yet.
A group of Mosgiel neighbours wants the reserve in their neighbourhood looked after.
A Mosgiel beautification project has become "bigger than Ben-Hur".
Pine Hill School is expanding to make room for its growing roll.
A youth club and better playground equipment is high on the priority list for Otago Peninsula pupils.
Quarantine Island is improving fire safety.
Men’s netball is going from "strength to strength".
It is the season for community pools.
Dunedin’s volunteers are encouraging people to get through together.
Elmgrove School pupils will soon have a new space to ride their bikes.
Otepoti Collective Against Sexual Abuse sexual violence prevention programme co-ordinator Hazel Potterton is pleased to be working in the organisation’s new education office in Dunbar House.
In a new series, The Star is investigating the state of clubs in Dunedin. This week, reporter Jessica Wilson chats to athletics clubs about the future of the sport.
University of Otago ecology and zoology student Ashley Walsh (21), of Christchurch, measures fly sizes at the department of zoology last week.
Te reo Maori is taking centre stage.