Soft early morning light catches autumn colours in trees in Queens Gardens in Dunedin yesterday.
“Can I get my drink and fries up-sized with that?” may seem to be an unusual request from a patient visiting their doctor.
Catholic Diocese of Dunedin staff are devastated after intruders smashed a wooden door at St Dominic’s Priory on Monday and ransacked parts of the Historic Places category 1 building.
About 20 Otago businesses have already succumbed to the Covid-19 lockdown and the Otago Chamber of Commerce believes more could be pushed over the edge if the minimum wage increase goes ahead.
Separated parents are being urged to put aside their conflicts and make decisions that are in the best interests of their children when it comes to custody-sharing arrangements during the lockdown.
MetService has halted construction of its $2.8 million weather radar in Otago as a result of Covid-19 and the country going into lockdown.
Otago Polytechnic is in “good hands” after appointing Megan Gibbons as the organisation’s new chief executive.
A photo of a dead possum driving a car is in the running to win an award in John McGlashan College’s annual Toby Hope Hunting Competition.
Taking your work home with you is one thing, but making your work home is going above and beyond the call of duty.
Sitting on his hands was not an option for University of Otago pharmaceutical sciences senior lecturer Dr Shyamal Das.
‘‘Routines are reassuring for young people.’’ That's the message Otago principals are sharing with parents as they prepare to go into lockdown with their children.
While many schools are able to supply class work for pupils to do online at home, other low-decile schools are having to create paper-based educational activities because their pupils do not have...
Cafe, restaurant and bar owners say some hospitality hot spots across Otago are looking like "ghost towns" and some businesses are taking financial hits of more than 90% amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
From today, Student Health at the University of Otago will change the way it provides patient care in a bid to reduce the risk of staff and students being exposed to Covid-19.
All non-essential and elective dental services at University of Otago Faculty of Dentistry clinics, including those provided at the Dunedin Dental School, are being cancelled.
After being unable to source a constant supply of sanitiser, Bayfield High School pupils have taken the matter into their own hands and started using the school’s chemistry laboratory to make their...
Cook Islands elder Kopumaki (Kopu) Rouvi began his life in the tiniest and most remote of villages in the Cook Islands, and never guessed that some day his life would have a far-reaching impact.