Dunedin Fringe Festival’s new volunteer co-ordinator loves the ‘‘hustle and bustle’’ of festivals.
Changes to a Southern Motorway off-ramp leading into Mosgiel will improve visibility for road users.
After recovering from an injury which left her in a knee brace for two months, 13-year-old Abi Gibson has successfully swapped her swimming togs for a taekwondo gi.
Debra Miles, of Papanui Inlet Rd, kneels in an igloo she made out of milk containers, with husband Wayne.
Three Dunedin foodbanks have been given about 300 boxes of food each after the annual can collection.
After two years in the role, Town Belt Kaitiaki education co-ordinator Claudia Babirat has stood down to spend more time with her family.
Building a ‘‘climate-safe’’ house and creating local climate solutions are the top priorities for Blueskin Resilient Communities Trust.
Plans to install more concrete sleepers in Cemetery Rd need to be moved forward to avoid ‘‘taking a gamble with children’s lives’’, a Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board member says.
Employing a youth facilitator is the key objective for Progress of Waikouaiti Area after receiving money from the Dunedin City Council.
After a semester in the role already, the Otago Polytechnic Students' Association president hopes to "hit the ground running'' in 2020.
OUSA outgoing president James Heath is feeling bittersweet about leaving his role. The Star reporter Jessica Wilson sat down with him to reflect on his proudest and most challenging moments.
A community board member returning after a three-year gap wants to ensure Mosgiel gets its "fair share of the pie''.