Ravensbourne firefighters try to clear water running through a Moa St property on to State Highway 88 at St Leonards on Saturday afternoon.
High tides combined with storm surges inundated parts of the Otago coastline last week, and forced water over beaches and sandbars into low-lying areas.
Farmers and horticulturists will once more be able to have legal fires following the removal of the total fire ban across Otago.
Several properties in Ravensbourne and St Leonards have been flooded following heavy rain in the Dunedin area this afternoon.
The total fire ban across Otago has been moved to a restricted fire season for most of the region, by Fire and Emergency New Zealand.
A body has been found on the beach near Lawyers Head in Dunedin this morning.
A cold snap is set to bring snow to some southern hills tonight and possible frosts inland tomorrow after heavy rain in parts of Otago today.
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It's been a chilly day for some Dunedin residents in lockdown after a power outage this afternoon.
Emergency services callouts in the southern region have decreased by up to a third since the Covid-19 lockdown began more than two weeks ago.
Covid-19 may have caused Anzac Day services to be cancelled around Dunedin this year, but that’s not stopping Ralph Miller from bringing a little piece of the annual remembrance service to his street.
Dunedin police have made another three arrests for breaches of the lockdown, as the number of people flouting the rules increases.
A 51-year-old man was arrested after he entered a Brockville shop, spat on the counter and then left.
An essential worker is disgusted by the level of hostility that members of the community have been showing her and other essential workers while going about their daily duties.
Several fishing vessels came to the rescue on Monday after a private boat washed up on a beach at Moeraki.
Life is never dull when you have someone like Kaitrin Mcmullan living in your street.
An active front is expected to bring rain and strong winds to many parts of the South over Easter weekend.