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She followed the rules under Alert Level 4, now a Winton woman is stuck in the North Island and feels ‘‘kind of punished’’ for doing the right thing.
Flight cancellations have been thwarting travellers’ attempts to return home after stays in managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ).
Flight cancellations and 10-hour road trips were some of the transport woes facing southern travellers returning from overseas.
A proposed development in Purakaunui was ruled out of suggested changes to the district plan, but the owners are appealing the decision.
Southerners were doing their bit for the team of five million yesterday, with a high level of mask use evident on the first day of compulsory use.
Local researchers are hoping they will soon be able to provide some of the poorest communities on the planet with cheap and effective tools to monitor Covid-19.
You beauty. Dunedin has been nominated for most beautiful large city in the country at the Keep New Zealand Beautiful awards.
Roosters crowing to greet the rising sun is a common countryside refrain, but a community board fears the birds may soon be told to cock-a-doodle-do-not.
D stood for divisive at its launch, but for Dunedin’s "A Pretty Good Plan D" tourism campaign it could soon stand for distinction.
Emergency services attend a fatal crash involving a logging truck and a car on State Highway 1 south of Dunedin yesterday afternoon.
Staff replacements at ACC were only papering over the cracks caused by poor morale, a staff member has said.
Internships are enticing some of Dunedin’s best and brightest student talents to stay in the city after graduation.
Student artists turned their hand-crafted jewellery, scented candles and clothing into cash at an art market at the University of Otago yesterday.
Fears of financial losses have proven unfounded, the Dunedin City Council having beaten its budget projections for the last year by more than $8million.