A University of Otago health researcher says working with vaccines can be rewarding.
Dunedin’s Rasa School of Dance is celebrating after two of its dance crews had strong showings at the recent Hip Hop Unite national competition in Wellington.
A Dunedin advocacy group for visually impaired people is calling for separate pathways for walkers and cyclists at the harbourside.
Getting Dunedinites interested in their Scottish history is the aim of one clan member.
A majority of submissions to the South East Marine Protection Forum support the creation of several reserves around Dunedin.
Rape Crisis Dunedin has secured its future for the next three years, agreeing to accept a contract offer from the Ministry of Social Development.
Young Dunedin woman Caitlin Robertson (24) is living life surrounded by water — and loving it.
Securing arts funding and sponsorship will be the focus of next week’s Joy & Jeopardy workshop for arts practitioners.
Dunedin residents can help the dire situation of New Zealand’s native birds in various ways, environmental advocacy groups say.
The massive rebuilding project at SPCA Otago’s Opoho animal shelter continues against a backdrop of major change for the animal welfare organisation.
Installing CCTV cameras in central Mosgiel could cost up to $17,000.
A Dunedin military researcher is seeking information from Otago people whose ancestors fought in the South African Boer War between 1899 and 1902.
From pounamu to plaques, time capsules and trees, Otago Polytechnic can now remember its memorials accurately with the creation of a memorial and commemorative register.
Giving patients, families and the community a stronger voice within the health sector is the focus of the newly formed Southern District Health Board Community Health Council.
Almost a year after having surgery on her ankle, Rebecca Fisher will represent New Zealand at a world aerobics competition.
Otago Polytechnic will become ‘‘tech heaven’’ for a group of 40 girls from around Dunedin on Tuesday with a new ‘‘ShadowTech Day’’.
"The Star" reporter Jessica Wilson talks to Dunedin sports experts and leading officials about children playing in representative teams, following a recent move by Netball Mainland to drop year 7 and 8 netball sides.
The focus of elder abuse services will shift from prevention to response, in line with government contracts which take effect from July 1.
Repairs to Highcliff Rd are on track to be completed before the work on Portobello Rd begins, the city council has confirmed.
All Saints Fruit and Veges has opened its eighth depot as it marks its second birthday.