Video-conferencing has new-found popularity in New Zealand’s lockdown, and two Dunedin businesses are using it to keep clients fit.
A group of Waverley residents came together to show their appreciation for essential workers — through clapping.
One person is being treated for smoke inhalation after a pot on a stove caused a house to fill with smoke in Invercargill.
Tertiary students were rushing to leave Dunedin yesterday to get home before New Zealand goes into Level 4 lockdown.
Police are appealing for information after an alleged aggravated robbery at a Dunedin petrol station.
Cafes and restaurants in Dunedin spent their last day before closure sharing leftover produce with the public.
Kerbside collection will be altered from next week, as the Dunedin City Council makes changes as it joins the country in lockdown.
The remainder of the Dunedin City Council's facilities have closed following the latest Government announcements today.
A Dunedin medical centre under ‘‘extreme pressure’’ is imploring people not to clog up primary care with bureaucracy.
The Dunedin City Council will not close its public facilities and cash will remain an accepted mode of payment on the region’s buses, for now.
The Otago Regional Council will not follow in the footsteps of the Wellington Regional Council and Auckland Transport, which have both dropped cash sales on public transport.
They were supposed to get married today. Instead, Dunedin couple Michaela Sainsbury and Maxi Baldiano will be at home with their two children.
Making sure playgrounds are free of germs, free of charge, is Washrite Otago director Joseph Horrell, of Dunedin, washing the playground at the An-Nur child care centre in South Dunedin.