The comforting presence of a pint-sized pony could help people in trying times.
The comforting presence of a pint-sized pony could help people in trying times. Kimberley Tahana, of Dunedin, has ridden horses all her life, and was one of the "Riders of Rohan" in the The...
The Dunedin City Council grants subcommittee place-based community funding is helping build community connection across the city. The Star continues its series on the city’s place-based organisations this week by highlighting the work of the Caversham Community Group. Simon Henderson reports.
Brockville Improvements and Amenities Society president Hughan Gould says he was wrong about plans to use a field next to Brockville School for a community hub.
The Waitati Music Festival is set to return next year but organisers are taking a cautious approach.
Securing a safer space for sea lions to nest is one of the aims of the Aramoana Conservation Charitable Trust.
Red-billed gulls in Otago are bucking the national trend with a gradual increase in numbers but questions remain about where they gather to breed and nest.
Place-based community funding provided by the Dunedin City Council is helping communities across the city develop a wide range of projects. The Star continues its series on the city’s place-based organisations, this week highlighting the work of the Brockville Improvement and Amenities Society. Simon Henderson reports.
Startup Dunedin’s Audacious programme highlights University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic students who are creating innovative business ideas. This week in the series, reporter Simon Henderson...
Building better business ideas is the mission for University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic students who have taken part in Startup Dunedin’s Audacious programme. This week in a series for...
The challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic have put paid to the Government’s aims to increase refugee settlement.
A recent celebration of the Diwali festival of light at the Otago Museum was a reminder of the increasing diversity of Dunedin.
‘‘Don’t buy land here.’’ The huge sign on the side of a shipping container at the entrance to Hawksbury Village displaying this message was short-lived, but the story behind the sign is a saga of tears, tantrums and turf wars.
Picnic tables and gardens are probably not the first things that come to mind when thinking of the Waikouaiti transfer station.
If your garden is covered with unwanted weeds, before you get out the line trimmer spare a moment to consider the alternative properties of plants.
It will be a weekend of sound as the 2021 Country Music Dunedin Awards start tomorrow at the Wingatui Function Centre.