Rest-home residents are again getting used to contact with families happening through technology.
Many Kiwis embraced the challenges and united to defeat the first wave of Covid-19 but they may have to face a second wave when their emotional reserves are depleted.
Rest-homes in the South were quick to respond to the threat posed by community transmission of Covid-19.
A well-attended open day at the University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic helped prospective students and their parents weigh up options for next year.
A Dunedin grandmother who had a six-year dispute with government agencies about taking her grandson away from her family had moments when she considered giving up.
Covid-19 may have contributed to flu vaccination rates in the South for Maori aged 65 years and older lagging behind.
The plan for parking at the new Dunedin hospital should be clearer by the end of the year.
"As long as people don’t panic, we will have more than enough."
The Southern District Health Board will try to discover why it has sent confusing letters to patients.
The new Dunedin hospital will probably need about 250 vehicle parks, but where they will be sited is unclear.
The South may not be ready to contain a second wave of Covid-19, if an outbreak of the disease was to take hold.
The new Dunedin Hospital could compound parking issues in the city and put staff at risk, some city councillors fear.
A University of Otago student who received the same bursary as his great-grandfather almost 100 years earlier has been uncannily close to the wireless expert’s 1923 master’s thesis in the past four...
Up to 20 schools have clubbed together to get to the bottom of whether their pupils are entitled to refunds for cancelled education trips.
Bradken could shut its Dunedin foundry by the end of the year - affecting almost 40 workers - but staff may have to get through a lot of work in the meantime.
The Ministry of Health is negotiating with the owner of the last piece of land it needs for the new Dunedin Hospital.
The new student representative for clubs at the University of Otago should not have trouble holding her own in any debates.
An Otago Polytechnic student from Russia who is a fashion design competition finalist has felt more freedom to embrace colour since arriving in New Zealand.
If foosball catches on in New Zealand half as quickly as Paul Szyszka can fire the ball into the goal, he will be delighted.
The parents of a University of Otago student who died at a flat party last year will talk to students on campus tomorrow.