The Dunedin City Council has come to the party, the Festival of the Plain chairman says.
In a world which has been disrupted by a global pandemic, Kavanagh College pupils are still achieving at a national level.
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 ...
Dunedin’s annual food drive was a huge success, its co-ordinator says.
Children were given a taste of basketball, cricket, dance and playball during Heart Kids Otago’s Sports Fest on Saturday.
In a series, The Star reporter Jessica Wilson aims to highlight unsung heroes of Dunedin’s sporting community. This week, she talks to downhill mountain bike...
Dunedin school touch teams made their mark on the national stage.
Party in the Park organisers hope the Dunedin City Council will reconsider its decision not to allow the event to go ahead in the Mosgiel Memorial Gardens. Jessica Wilson reports.
Leading Otago University Students’ Association has been a challenge and a privilege, its outgoing president says.
Dunedin wheelchair rugby player Dillon Maydon has his sights set on the national team.
Taieri residents showed their generosity during the annual Mosgiel Food Bank Drive on Monday.
Children, and their parents, were eager to catch a glimpse of Santa Claus on Sunday.
After six months of darkness, Mosgiel is lit up again.
After a tough year, Dunedin’s annual food drive is more important than ever, its co-ordinator says.
Helping women achieve their goals is what gives a personal trainer her "buzz".
Despite a tough loss in the Premier Touch League women’s final, Te Waipounamu players showed character and strength, their coach says.
In a series, The Star reporter Jessica Wilson aims to highlight unsung heroes of Dunedin’s sporting community. This week, she talks to Tennis Otago’s Alessandro ...
A breakdown in communication has led a community board member to lodge an Official Information Act (OIA) request to find out about board projects.
The Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board is making it clear it had no decision-making power in the Mosgiel-Taieri Safer School Streets Project.
Temporary infrastructure in Mosgiel streets is dangerous for cyclists, residents say.