Ten days in MIQ has turned into 40 days and 40 nights of quarantine for a Dunedin family after members of the group tested positive for Covid-19.
Local relief efforts for Tonga have been boosted by news that a container is on the way to transport Dunedin’s donations to the islands.
Some of Dunedin’s most popular playgrounds are on track for a facelift as the Dunedin City Council considers options for a destination playground.
Dunedin City councillors will be weighing up at next week’s annual plan meeting whether to change the way Dunedin residents are charged for waste collection.
A stoush over the management of the Lindis River has led to accusations of vested interests holding sway at the Otago Regional Council.
Pasifika aid groups in the South responding to the volcanic eruption and subsequent tsunami which struck Tonga earlier this month are desperate to secure one important item.
The organiser of a food drive in support of Tonga hopes Dunedin residents will dig deep and show the generosity for which Southerners are famed this week.
Vehicles queue to access the Green Island Landfill yesterday afternoon after one of the weighbridges was out of action.
New housing developments are booming in the South as both Otago and Southland set records for the number of new homes consented.
Motorists on Otago Peninsula can expect delays next week as sections of Portobello Rd will be closed for the removal of two dangerous trees.
The Green Island Medical Centre may soon be in new surroundings after a consent was issued for a new facility late last year.
The cancellation of Sir Rod Stewart’s Dunedin concert in April is "bloody disappointing", Forysth Barr Stadium’s boss says.
There were probably a few scratched arms and red-stained faces around Dunedin after a recent pick-your-own raspberries trial.
The children’s mobile counselling service ChatBus is closing its doors in the face of rising costs brought on by increasing demand.
Three mounted police officers were special guests at the Otago Show Jumping Championships, held at the weekend.
Bridging the gap between the desires of the community and the needs of developers is key to protecting the city’s built heritage.
Consent has been granted for a new private motor caravan park in Warrington, but not for the maximum 60 vehicles per night wanted by the developer.
The closure of Frederick St to cars next week has some business owners on the street predicting the loss of half their customers.