The Dunedin City Council is considering making changes to the kerb near a bus stop on North Rd.
Most people get love and companionship from their pets, but Brenda Ferguson’s assistance dog is also a life-saver.
As Dunedin continues to manage the challenges of the Covid-19 Delta outbreak, one local charitable organisation is helping make everyday life more accessible.
A young Dunedin man is feeling confident after receiving the Officer Commanding’s Award for All Round Excellence from the New Zealand Defence Force Youth Development Unit.
To help mark Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori, Star reporter Simon Henderson speaks with Toni Hoeta, Otago Museum science engagement co-ordinator, kaupapa Maori, about her new role and how she has been...
Orokonui Ecosanctuary environmental educator Sam Purdie enjoys shining a light on the wonders to be found in people’s backyards.
A Portobello man has been left confused and frustrated after his Covid-19 vaccination was cancelled without him receiving any notice.
Some might say out of the frying pan into the fire, but a South African couple are not worried about the Covid-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown.
A series of journals by a trailblazing New Zealand author, locked away in the Hocken for decades after his death, has been revealed by a Dunedin professor.
From Victorian beginnings, Dunedin’s Hillside Workshops are undergoing a renaissance with an $85million investment from the Government in this year’s budget, which builds on about $20million of...
A much more appealing frontage on Hillside Rd and a memorial walk to recognise the history of rail at the site and in Dunedin is planned as part of the $105million redevelopment of the Hillside...
Making friends and making pizzas are some of the experiences Chloe Simonsen has enjoyed during her work experience at Hell Pizza in South Dunedin.
Pupils at Taieri College are showing their ability to be farsighted when it comes to improving their environment.
As the Covid-19 vaccination process continues to roll out to the general population, some people with disabilities believe more can be done to improve access for all.
As Covid-19 vaccinations start rolling out to members of the general population, a local organisation is working hard to ensure some of the most vulnerable people in Dunedin have the opportunity to...