A new internship programme provides a pathway to being a director in the not-for-profit sector.
If you carefully study the structures found in Oamaru stone, the remains of delicate yet beautiful marine organisms can be seen.
Sharing the footpath safely was the aim of an event at Otago Polytechnic recently organised by electric scooter operator Neuron and local disability advocacy group Access for All.
As part of our campaign to understand motorists’ driving behaviour, The Star is monitoring intersections. This week Simon Henderson took a look at Cargill's Corner, a hot spot identified by Dunedin...
Despite having access to traffic recordings, the Dunedin City Council says the most effective tool for reducing red light running is enforcement.
Birds were proudly fluffing their feathers when the New Zealand Poultry, Pigeon and Cage Bird National Show came to Forrester Park last week.
Drivers of all ages and types are risking their own safety and that of others by running red lights across Dunedin, Senior Sergeant Craig Dinnissen says.
Local business leaders are keen to ensure innovation and investment in start-ups will be supported by spending announced last week in the Government’s Budget.
Pupils at Arthur Street School showed their true colours in terms of acceptance and inclusiveness on Pink Shirt Day last Friday.
Drivers of all ages and types are risking their own safety and that of others by running red lights across the city, Senior Sergeant Craig Dinnissen, of Dunedin, says.
The Dunedin music scene’s hand-cranked creativity bounces out of posters, flyers and records in the Hocken Collections cache of popular culture.
A historic packhouse from the beginnings of fruit cultivation in Central Otago is being sold as part of a lifestyle property in Coal Creek.
A new type of form fitting breast prosthesis is helping Dunedin women feel confident after a mastectomy.
The first of hundreds of Central Otago health workers received their first Covid-19 vaccination yesterday.