Business owners are slamming the Dunedin City Council for its lack of notice of removing car parks in Moray Pl.
This year’s Dunedin area co-ordinator for the Heart Foundation New Zealand’s annual street appeal John Dennison jokes that at almost 80 years old he might be getting to the age where he could...
At least three people are expected to seek the Labour Party nomination for the Dunedin South electorate to be vacated by sitting member of Parliament Clare Curran at this year’s September general...
Dunedin buskers are hitting a bum note with some listeners.
Trents Leather Goods owner Sue Brown has called time on a nearly 40-year career in Dunedin.
A Waitati resident wants motorists to slow down in Doctors Point Rd as data shows more than half exceed the speed limit at a certain point.
St Joseph's Cathedral School pupils (front from left) twins Ben and Liam Davis and (back from left) triplets Dylan, Matthew and Brayden Arlidge are in the same class this year.
Just keep paddling - that’s how St Leonards paddleboarder Garry Porter is coping with cancer.
Helping businesses to become more dementia friendly is the aim of an Alzheimers Otago’s six-month pilot programme.
A smiley baby and ‘‘spectacular’’ backdrop were the inspiration behind The Star’s Family Holiday Photo Competition’s winning snap.
Packing for a long-haul flight from East Africa to Dunedin is challenging when you’re given a last-minute gift of a live goat and chicken, an Otago Peninsula woman says.
Improvements to the Emerson St playground in Concord are set to continue, with the addition of a colourful mural to spruce up the concrete-block toilets.
A call has been made for traffic-calming measures in Macandrew Bay.
Dunedin Railways is ‘‘ narrow-minded’’ for letting money matters dictate its decision to stop a train service to Middlemarch, Strath Taieri Community Board chairman Barry Williams says.
Fire and Emergency NZ is urging Dunedin residents to take extra care around equipment or in situations that may cause a fire, as the city’s fire conditions rapidly rise towards high danger levels.
Families face tremendous financial pressure at this time of year as bills from the festive season come due for payment, while they try to cover the costs of getting their children back to school.
Bus usage has increased slightly since the Great King St hub opened in March last year.
Lime may not have the monopoly on e-scooters in Dunedin for much longer.
The Dunedin City Council is calling for public feedback on the effectiveness of new road safety measures outside three of the city’s secondary schools.
Exploring the Dunedin Town Belt has been made easier after the release of interactive maps.