Caversham Harrier and Athletic Club held its annual Vice-president’s 5000m races at Forbury Park for the final time on Saturday. The event has been held at the park for almost every year since 1925.
A new mural at Concord School is combining art and technology.
Dunedin Unesco City of Literature and SuperGrans have formed a new partnership.
Dunedin is hosting a national bird show for the first time.
Phys Ed A scored the winning goal with just seconds left in its game against College A in the premier A competition at the Edgar Centre yesterday.
A massive weekend of netball starts tomorrow.
In a series, The Star is investigating the state of clubs in Dunedin. This week, reporter Jessica Wilson chats to mountain biking groups about the sport’s increasing popularity.
Observing the ebb and flow of donated items in and around Dunedin’s community clothing bins in recent months prompted The Star reporters Jessica Wilson and Brenda Harwood to ask local charities...
The Otago Rugby Union is calling on parents, coaches and players to pick up a whistle.
A recent book sale left people with smiles on their faces and books in hand.
St Hilda’s senior A put on a consistent performance to beat Phys Ed C 55-45 in the premier A competition at the Edgar Centre on Saturday.
Combinations are forming and teams are making strides as they head into the forth game of the premier A grade season.
A group has been formed to advocate for the Mosgiel Memorial Garden.
A Downer worker uses a line trimmer to clear some of the vegetation on the Silver Stream bank yesterday.
Teaching Pasifika pupils about climate change so they can spread the message was the focus of a University of Otago programme last week.
The players in one Phoenix Thunder forward line know each other better than most team-mates.
Otago may be one round down in the South Island Shield competition, but both its teams are making great strides.
When the Special Olympics Otago powerlifting team found itself without a coach, their parents stepped in.
The premier A top-of-the-table clash went down to the wire, the Southern Magpies netting a goal at the end of the game to beat Phys Ed A 51-50 on Saturday.
Pulling weeds and painting walls is all in a day’s work for three friends.