Watch: The South Today talks to the National Party's Taieri candidate Liam Kernaghan about why he's the best person to represent the region in Wellington
WATCH: The South Today talks to Enterprise Dunedin director John Christie about the impact of Covid-19 on Dunedin's economy and the road to recovery.
Organisers of the Otago Rally say one of the legends of the World Rally Championship scheduled to race this year, says he'll take part in 2021.
WATCH: Dunedin RSA President Lox Kellas says there are ways we can mark Anzac day, despite the restrictions on this year's commemorations.
A Dunedin yoga instructor is adapting her business to Covid 19 level 4 regulations. When the level 4 alert lockdown came in to affect, Aaron Kyle had been teaching yoga in homes and schools around...
WATCH: Darryl Baser talks to Otago Daily Times columnist and Rhodes Scholar Jean Balchin about life in the United Kingdom during the Covid 19 outbreak.
WATCH: Dunedin clinical psychologist Dr Kumari Valentine says there are some very simple steps people can take to help them cope with the remaining two weeks of isolation.
VIDEO: Diagnosed with an incurable blood cancer two years ago, Timaru woman Emma Holden says a new funded treatment is the best news she's had in more than a year.
The lead up to the month-long nationwide lockdown was hectic for Emergency Management Otago but now halfway through the organisation says their systems are running smoothly.
The proprietors of Dunedin’s Aurora on George motel made the decision to remain open during the nationwide lockdown, and are aiming to provide a place for essential workers and stranded travellers.
Former Dunedin music producer Brendan Hoffman has lived in New York for more than five years and says his adopted home has changed significantly in recent weeks. Cases of Covid 19 are spiralling upwards in the United States, with New York City the hardest hit.
During uncertain times it is important to focus on what one can change rather than what one cannot, a Dunedin psychologist says.
As the Octagon Experience trial enters its final phase some small scale retailers are happy to see cruise ship passengers being dropped off in the "heart of the city" again.
The colour, the sights, and - above all else - the sounds, made Bland Park anything BUT, during the Waitati Music Festival on Saturday.
Dunedin rock three-piece Honeybone play a final farewell show on Thursday before setting sail for Melbourne.
Anna Coddington Auckland musician Anna Coddington clocked up the frequent flier miles between her adopted home and Dunedin last year, and by the looks of it is set to do likewise in 2012. Chatting from Auckland, she says time with the whanau was a welcome break over Christmas. "Raglan for Christmas and Wellington for New Year's. Two of my favourite places."