Travel agents in the South are grappling with their new reality as bookings remain down by as much as 95%.
"You've got to be joking me."
One person has been seriously injured after a 4WD flipped on its side after a crash in Kaikorai Valley this afternoon.
The theft of a $3000 defibrillator from the Green Island Rugby Football Club is "about as low as it gets", its club manager says.
Dunedin City Council building staff are working overtime as an influx of applications for building consent continues.
People are split on whether the council should reduce speeds on a slew of roads around Dunedin.
It was goodbye to a large lime tree at Otago Museum yesterday. The tree was removed having become dangerous to the public.
Methamphetamine, cannabis and firearms were netted in police raids in Dunedin and Oamaru yesterday.
Police have been contacted by two concerned groups of residents after two men knocked on their doors claiming to be religious but asking whether any men lived at the addresses.
A small chance remains Dunedin will once more experience the pungent smell of the city’s corpse flower.
The historic Ocean Beach Railway in Dunedin is back on track, and will reopen to the public this weekend after a four-year closure.
A 138-year-old refurbished building has taken the top prize at the Dunedin Heritage Awards.
The first local advisory committee for Fire and Emergency New Zealand held its inaugural meeting in Dunedin last week.
After 50 years of nursing, 73-year-old Henri Landreth will be swapping the scrubs for social tennis.
Three major oil companies have joined forces to oppose a new bylaw for the management of wastewater runoff in Dunedin.
Principals across Otago have penned a letter to the Government criticising the "systemic underfunding" of schools with pupils having high needs.
A Dunedin man revolutionising incarceration for Maori is the recipient of a national award.
Lime says it has addressed concerns about its impact on the disabled community, and should be treated as a transport provider rather than as street furniture.
How chunky is that doggy in the picture?
Buskers add vibrance to Dunedin’s city centre, but the activity needs better policing, an Albion Lane cafe owner says.