In a new series, The Star is investigating the state of clubs in Dunedin. This week, reporter Jessica Wilson chats to athletics clubs about the future of the sport.
Relaxing after work with a couple of quiet beers or wines is a Kiwi tradition, but it’s not as harmless as we might think.
The Dunedin Abrahamic Interfaith Group is excited and bracing for a big crowd as it prepares to welcome former prime minister Helen Clark, who will give its annual Open Peace Lecture.
It was a case of Dunedin brass bands being "brassed off" once again, after Covid-19 forced the cancellation of the Otago-Southland Provincial Brass Band championships.
Otepoti Collective Against Sexual Abuse sexual violence prevention programme co-ordinator Hazel Potterton is pleased to be working in the organisation’s new education office in Dunbar House.
Wacky wigs were the latest fashion at Dunedin Hospital last week.
University of Otago ecology and zoology student Ashley Walsh (21), of Christchurch, measures fly sizes at the department of zoology last week.
A Mosgiel market is going from strength to strength.
No man is an island. When Aaron McLeod committed suicide in Dunedin in February this year, it shook the family he left behind.
Long hours and late nights in hot and sweaty conditions. "That’s reel work," film projectionist Russell Campbell jokes.
A project to upgrade two Mosgiel stormwater pump stations has been delayed.
Give a child a laptop and they can play games for a day; teach them how to use it and they can educate themselves for a lifetime.
A Dunedin family is flat out making masks to cater for strong demand.
Boosting the community response to the ongoing challenge of Covid-19 will be the focus for the Valley Project for the next 12 months.
Dunedin Wildlife Hospital has stepped into the breach to care for a precious and rare patient - a kakapo named Bravo.
A pendant is giving a Dunedin father the "peace of mind" to get out and play with his children.
A historic building is getting a $3 million facelift in central Dunedin.
A Dunedin woman with ovarian cancer is calling on legislators and decision-makers to start taking the disease more seriously.
Paul Hersey is scaling new heights with the recent release of his latest book.
Russell Campbell who spent seven years working at the Odeon in Christchurch is marking his 60th year as a projectionist.