Twice as many tickets were issued to motorists using a cellphone in Coastal Otago in March despite the nation being in lockdown for part of the month.
On the eve of his 91st birthday, Mosgiel man Doug Moir is vowing to continue to dance, pipe and tramp.
The new owners of a Dunedin suitcase shop remain optimistic despite Covid-19 closing borders and suspending international travel.
The Government needs to change the rules to help first-home buyers enter Dunedin’s “absolutely mental” property market, a frustrated house hunter says.
Places of worship - such as Al Huda mosque in North Dunedin - have opened their doors for the first time in months.
The Scenic Hotel Group has reopened one of its two Dunedin hotels – a move costing the chain about $70,000 a month.