The Party in the Park is still on.
A change in time drew more people to the runway.
After completing a four-week course, a jobseeker is set for employment.
The wheels are in motion for the annual Bike Breakfast.
If you're ever looking for Mike Croucher, he's probably on Signal Hill.
A love of athletics runs in the family.
Florists will not be sharing your secrets this Valentine’s Day.
Run the Runway participants are heading off into the sunset.
Many people have a guard dog outside their home, but an Outram couple has gone one step further.
The long, warm days of summer give us more opportunity to enjoy some exercise in the great outdoors. In a series, The Star reporters share their favourite walks with...
Schools are doing what they can to minimise the financial impact the start of the year has on families, principals say.
Holding starfish, dissecting a shark and making merchandise is all in a week’s work for a group of school pupils.
Taieri Times is recognising people for the good they do in the community. In "Top Types" we are celebrating these people. This week, Jessica Wilson talks to self-taught gardener...
Secondary school science teachers became pupils for a three-day workshop this week.
Aiming to win every athletics event you enter might seem ambitious for some.
The long, warm days of summer give us more opportunity to enjoy some exercise in the great outdoors. Star reporter Jessica Wilson enjoys the Outram Glen to Lee Stream walk.
Secondary school pupils have been getting a taste of university life.
When heavy rain earlier this month left travellers stranded, the Waikouaiti community stepped up to help.
Junior athletes are hoping to run, jump and throw their way to personal bests this weekend.