The growing diversity of the population in Otago and Southland has led to exciting new roles for Lina Lastra and Ana Mapusua.
A Dunedin bakery and cafe is joining a growing national sustainability project by phasing out single-use coffee cups.
The long, warm days of summer give us more opportunity to enjoy some exercise in the great outdoors. In a series, The Star reporters share their favourite walks with...
A key member of the Otago Chamber of Commerce leadership team, Nicky Aldridge-Masters, has been appointed to the role of acting chief executive.
A buzz of enthusiasm for local and New Zealand talent followed the launch of the Dunedin Arts Festival programme at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery on Tuesday night.
A deeper knowledge of New Zealand’s shared history and understanding of te ao Maori (the Maori world) are what’s needed for a stronger, more cohesive community.
Dunedin’s mobile counselling service for children is scrambling to cope as the new school year begins.
The Covid-19 cloud had an unexpected silver lining for the Taieri’s nationally important wetland habitat Sinclair Wetlands.
Dunedin-based film-makers Paul Trotman and Clive Copeman have called in every favour they can in getting their feature documentary Behind the Mask — On the Frontline Against Coronavirus over the line.
Holding starfish, dissecting a shark and making merchandise is all in a week’s work for a group of school pupils.
Dunedin mother is "excited" about the prospect of moving into a co-housing development but acknowledges it would not be suitable for everyone.
The release of proposals for developing a mid-sized theatre in Dunedin have been welcomed by two of the affected organisations — the New Athenaeum Theatre, in the Octagon, and the Mayfair Theatre,...