Otago Peninsula artists are supporting art in schools.
The behaviour of locals on a shared pathway is not the issue, a community leader says.
The Dunedin City Council grants subcommittee recently allocated $400,000 to seven place-based community groups across the city. The grants, which range from $13,000 to $63,000, will be used to help...
ParaFed Otago is set to host a national wheelchair rugby tournament for the first time.
The Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board held its final meeting for the year last week.
Construction of the new Mosgiel Pool is ‘‘on track’’, despite a delayed opening.
Two major problems still need to be solved before the Physio Pool can reopen.
Make the most of the good weather before this weekend, because things on that front are set to change to the colder variety.
Despite a lack of retailers selling fireworks in Dunedin, there have been three fireworks-related incidents in Otago this year.
Carisbrook School pupils combined art and poetry during a workshop on Tuesday.
People are encouraged to plan ahead before lighting fireworks tomorrow, Guy Fawkes Day.
Families are being encouraged to walk and wheel their way to schools this month.
There is a significant conflict between walkers and cyclists on the Portobello shared pathway, research shows.
The Dunedin City Council grants subcommittee recently allocated $400,000 in funding to seven ‘‘place-based’’ community groups across the city. The funding, which ranges from $13,000 to $63,000,...
After signing a five-year partnership to help enhance South Dunedin, the local community group is seeking people to help make it happen.
When a Dunedin man’s wife was diagnosed with breast cancer, he recruited his colleagues to help raise funds and awareness of the disease.
The Accident Compensation Corporation’s (ACC) proposal to cover more birth-related injuries is a positive step, health care professionals say.
The use of a clothing bin in Broad Bay divided opinions at a community board meeting. But the Dunedin City Council has made its point of view clear.
In a series, The Star reporter Jessica Wilson aims to highlight unsung heroes of Dunedin’s sporting community. This week, she talks to hockey coach Jolene Casey.
Planting along the Silverstream is under way.