It appears no retailers are selling fireworks in Dunedin this year, the closest outlets being in Invercargill and Timaru.
Vaccine mandates have come into effect for some Dunedin tertiary education staff, but it remains unclear whether students will also have to get the jab.
A Dunedin acupuncturist says new regulations for Chinese medicine will benefit both clients and practitioners.
A Corrections officer thought they were going to die during a ‘‘savage, violent’’ attack that left four Otago Corrections Facility staff needing hospital treatment.
Four Corrections officers were taken to hospital after they were attacked by inmates at Otago Corrections Facility at the weekend.
A draft report has been completed following an investigation into whether a former Dunedin bishop failed to deal with complaints of abuse.
Millions of dollars are being pumped into Southern organisations in a bid to clean up their energy sources.
A respected pilot who taught gliding for more two decades has been named as the man killed in a plane crash near Omarama.
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A reinvigorating trip away to Central Otago was on the cards not only for holidaymakers over Labour Weekend.
After a year in which the rights of essential workers have been in the spotlight, union members came together to celebrate the wins of the past 12 months at a special barbecue yesterday.
A health expert wants double vaccination to be mandatory on all domestic flights, in the wake of the South Island’s first Covid-19 case in more than a year.
A new Covid-19 level system that could lead to restrictions easing in the South Island before the rest of the country has drawn cautious optimism.