Amid fears Covid-19 could soon be here courtesy of travelling Aucklanders, Allied Press reporter Courtney White asked WellSouth medical director Dr Carol Atmore about what people should do if they have Covid-19 symptoms or test positive for the virus.
If history is anything to go by, when the clock strikes midnight tonight, many New Zealanders will make the resolution to start exercising more regularly.
A young couple with a baby have "lost everything" in a fire in their Queenstown home this afternoon.
An early morning blaze in felled trees at a Maori Hill school is being treated as suspicious by emergency services.
An early-morning blaze in felled trees at Dunedin's John McGlashan College is being treated as suspicious.
As a result of falling off a horse 33 years ago, Paul Atkinson suffered two collapsed lungs and an ankle broken in several places.
Sea lions, shipwrecks, saddles and scenery are the summer offer du jour at Newhaven, the stunning small town you may never have heard of, but should visit. Courtney White journeyed to the township...
Blue skies and warm weather enticed hundreds of Dunedin shoppers to visit the centre city in the hope of bagging a bargain on Boxing Day.
Not content with spending lockdown watching television, Lena Walker and her cousin Lily Swensen Mclean used their time to design and build an expansive guinea pig enclosure filled with "Kiwi...
The Santa parade may have been cancelled, and Santa has had to work under strict social distancing restrictions this year, but the Otago Museum is keeping the Christmas spirit alive.
In the lead-up to Christmas, Dunedin Central police have implemented "Operation Santa" — donating gifts for children in the community whose whanau have felt the effects of Covid-19 this year.
They may be cute and cuddly, but at SPCA Dunedin staff are reminding people that dogs, cats, rabbits — and even roosters— are not just for Christmas.
A string of crashes resulting in cars ending up in Otago Harbour at Macandrew Bay is believed to be the result of driver distraction and speed, rather than issues with the road after it was widened over the past 18 months.
A 22-year-old man crashed his car into the centre barrier of the Dunedin Southern Motorway after falling asleep this morning.
Amid fears Covid-19 could soon come south with travelling Aucklanders, Otago Daily Times reporter Courtney White asked WellSouth medical director Dr Carol Atmore about what people should do if they have Covid-19 symptoms or test positive for the virus.
Rehearsals were under way at Dunedin Ice Stadium on Tuesday evening for the Dunedin Ice Skating Club’s annual ice extravaganza.
Anti-vaccination graffiti, featuring the name of the Dunedin man who died last month, found at a vaccination and swabbing centre on Tuesday night has left Te Kaika staff on edge.