This week, The Star launches a new series looking at community gardens in Dunedin, looking at how they work, their benefits, and sharing information on how people can get involved.
They are cute, fluffy, and adorable ... and about to become a major headache for Dunedin animal welfare organisations.
A Dunedin woman says she felt sick "twice over" after having to tell her husband the company building their dream home had gone bust on the same day he was having surgery for throat cancer.
A former smoker who has had half a lung removed is urging people to listen to doctors as the government plans to repeal anti-smoking laws.
In these times of "unprecedented crises", psychology is a profession that needs to step up and respond equitably for under-served communities.
The Otago Taieri A&P Society has been labelled "callous" and "intimidating" after doubling down on their bid to have long-term residents of the showground camping area removed.
The loss of a significant tree and 103-year-old house in central Dunedin will be offset by the benefits of a new housing development that will be a more efficient use of valuable land, developers say.
After a heart episode led to an operation at Dunedin Hospital, Tom Ross decided to become a volunteer and establish a way for people to reduce their risk of heart problems.
Award-winning children’s songwriter Rob Wigley has hit the small screen with the launch of his music video I’m on my Bicycle yesterday.
Being first in your studies is one thing, but being the first to study and graduate in a new degree is quite another.
A crowd of several hundred people marched from the Otago Museum to the Octagon in central Dunedin in support of the Palestinian community today.
The owners of a Dunedin cafe say they have lost significant business due to the carelessness of a mysterious caller claiming to work for Google.
The Dunedin City Council is facing a $5 million bill for a quick fix after it found the threat posed by a hazardous waste-filled landfill at St Clair Beach is worse than first thought.
More affirmative action is needed for Māori and Pasifika health outcomes to improve, a new study says.
The Dunedin City Holdings Ltd trading companies will be expected to make an $11 million dividend to the city council in the 2024-25 financial year.
The former chief of the Otago Polytechnic is welcoming the end of what he calls the "unfortunate experiment" of Te Pūkenga.
A man was arrested for allegedly setting a central Dunedin building on fire after he was recognised by police on CCTV footage.