Creating a display board jam-packed with beautiful first-day stamp covers depicting native and game bird species has been a labour of love for a Dunedin man.
The Star congratulates those from the local community who were recognised for their contribution in the New Year Honours 2022.
NZ Transport Agency crews have started work on State Highway 87 - the Outram to Middlemarch highway - this week.
Dunedin-based children’s mobile counselling service ChatBus is to close, it was announced this week.
Artificial intelligence is fast becoming commonplace across a wide range of sectors - from major industries such as agriculture and manufacturing, to health and entertainment. The Star finds out how it's being utilised in Dunedin.
Hundreds of gorgeous lilies bloom in the Fairfield garden of Otago Lily Society president Louise Ardley.
"Nothing about us, without us" was the promise when the establishment of the new Ministry for Disabled People was announced. But members of the disabled community are frustrated by one of the first major appointments, of someone who does not identify as disabled. Simon Henderson reports.
There are just a few sleeps until Christmas. Santa is preparing for his busiest day of the year. The Star reporter Jessica Wilson catches up with him before the big day.
Many people will be looking forward to family, food and fun during the festive period, but for others this time of the year can be a season of stress.
It could be a young girl dressed as Father Christmas or it could simply be a little girl with an expensive coat.
Parkrun organisers in Dunedin are waiting on word from the company’s headquarters as to when it can resume.
A game that is not a game, with sinister consequences for the real world, are at the heart of Cixin Liu’s fascinating, imaginative The Three-Body Problem.
Set in 1970s Los Angeles, this book tells the fictional tale of how one of the biggest bands in the world was formed and how it fell apart.