Otago Daily Times director of video news Tim Miller talks to Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins about what Level 2 means for the Dunedin City Council along with discussions about George St speed...
WATCH: Hidden beneath central Dunedin, the Toitu stream quietly still flows down from the hill suburbs and out into the Otago Harbour
As New Zealanders hunker down at home, silent and empty town and city streets have become a paradise for birds - and for those humans who enjoy watching them.
Otago Daily Times head of video news Tim Miller talks to historian Dr George Davis, about this year's Anzac commemorations and asks if they are unique in the 104 year history of the day.
In this episode of Curator's Corner Toitū Otago Settlers Museum curator Seán Brosnahan shares the unexpected story of Dunedin's first Christmas and the part one of the city's first hotels played in the celebrations.
WATCH: Managing director at Gillions funeral services, Keith Gillion says restrictions placed on funerals during the level 4 lockdown has been tough on families so the industry has had to adapt quickly.
The Dunedin City Council is this week working to figure out which services can return under the Alert Level 3, when the country makes the transition next week.
In the sixth episode of Curator's Corner, Toitū Otago Settlers Museum curator Seán Brosnahan looks at the history Dunedin's first church, the most important and best built building in the early years of the settlement.
In a series of short videos Toitū Otago Settlers Museum curator Seán Brosnahan shares the stories of Otago and Dunedin's past.
WATCH: ODT director of video news Tim Miller talks to Otago Chamber of Commerce chief executive Dougal McGowan to ask how businesses are coping with the level 4 restrictions
In a series of short videos Toitū Otago Settlers Museum curator Seán Brosnahan shares the stories of Otago and Dunedin's past. In the fourth episode Brosnahan examines a sketch by Charles Kettle and looks at the type of home Dunedin's earliest settlers built with the raw materials they had available to them.
WATCH: The ODT's director of digital news Tim Miller asks Aaron Hawkins what is likely to happen to some of the city's major projects with Covid-19 wrecking havoc on the global, national and local economy.
In the third episode of Curator's Corner, Toitū Otago Settlers Museum curator Seán Brosnahan examines what Dunedin's original shoreline looked like in 1849 just after the first settlers arrived in the fledgling city.
In a series of short videos Toitū Otago Settlers Museum curator Seán Brosnahan shares the stories of Otago and Dunedin's past. In the second episode Brosnahan looks at the arrival of Thomas Burns and his family to the fledgeling settlement.
Long supermarket lines are becoming a fact of life under the lockdown but a Dunedin computer engineer thinks he has created a simple solution.
In a series of short videos Toitū Otago Settlers Museum curator Sean Brosnahan will share the stories of Otago and Dunedin's past. In the first episode Brosnahan examines the history behind the first known photograph of Dunedin.
WATCH: Dunedin mayor Aaron Hawkins has thanked Dunedin residents for staying home and staying in their bubble.
Mayors from around Otago and Southland have recorded a video message for their residents as the South prepares for four weeks of self-isolation.
The Dunedin Fringe festival has cancelled it's opening night showcase following today's announcement by the Prime Minister.