Balaclava School’s newest play equipment is going to be hot property.
Mosgiel man Lester Harvey still rides his bicycle to events and is an active member of the Taieri Recreational Tramping Club, at the ripe old age of 90.
Anzac Day convener Lieutenant-commander (retired) Rob Tomlinson is looking forward to standing alongside thousands of Dunedin people at the dawn service this Anzac Day.
A nationwide sporting event for teachers is being held in Dunedin for the first time.
A university student is helping others cut down on food waste.
Fans of Port Chalmers Pool, including a local community board member, have called for the pool’s opening season to be extended for another month next year.
The extra safety of using helmets when riding e-scooters could be undermined by light-fingered, or indifferent, riders.
The Star reporters Brenda Harwood and Jessica Wilson ask Dunedin businesses and organisations for their thoughts on the transtasman bubble opening from 11:59pm tonight and what they're hoping for.
The many projects tackled by Janefield Women’s Institute members during its long history were celebrated at the group’s 90th anniversary celebrations last week.
A Memorial Ave resident says the number of pigeons gathering across from her house in Burnside Park is like a scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 horror film The Birds.
There were no stunned mullets, just slightly dazed trout and freshwater crayfish teaching children a lesson about healthy stream habitat.
The exciting and growing job opportunities in the film industry will be highlighted during a panel discussion as part of the Options 2021 event next week.
Roadside culverts at Ocean View, near Brighton, are being overwhelmed by rain more often than they should be.
Excitement was high as Volunteer South and the South Dunedin Community Network were finally able to hold the grand opening of the South Dunedin volunteer hub last week.
Plans for the renewal of stormwater pipes in Port Chalmers were music to the ears of the West Harbour Community Board last week.
Walking the Otago Central Rail Trail will be a mental health journey for Kathryn Tall.
Anderson’s Bay School pupils prefer climbing trees and writing poetry.
The unveiling of a painting of St Mary MacKillop, depicting her time in Port Chalmers in the late 19th century, is the culmination of a 10-year project.
St John emergency medical technician Matt McKenzie (left) and area executive officer Eileen Stephen received a $2000 donation from Dunedin Masonic Charity Bowls group members this week.
In a series, The Star reporter Jessica Wilson aims to highlight unsung heroes of Dunedin’s sporting community. This week, she talks to handball player Annalise Wilson.