A drive-through testing facility was established by WellSouth in Dunedin yesterday to meet demand for Covid-19 testing.
The dean has been overwhelmed by the level of support following a fire at St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral earlier in the week, including from Dunedin’s Catholics.
Dunedin doctors, overwhelmed by a renewed demand for Covid-19 tests, say if requests continue they will need assistance from community-based assessment centres (CBACs).
A pair of cannabis smokers got a knock on the door from police after their unusual way of lighting up resulted in Fire and Emergency NZ being called out.
Repairs to a slumped culvert on the Dunedin-Port Chalmers Rd (SH 88) near Ravensbourne could take weeks, the NZTA estimates.
As the demand for face masks reaches a record high, creative solutions are being found by do-it-yourself Kiwis.
While most dog owners play fetch with their pooches, King’s High School pupil Jake Remon has taken it a step further.
Dunedin police and Netsafe are urging caution after an 89-year-old man was reportedly scammed out of $19,000 over the phone.
An alleged offender turned up at hospital with teeth marks in his forehead after a teenager was headbutted and lost two teeth in a Dunedin assault over the weekend.
The 2000-strong Lebanese community in Dunedin has jumped into action following the "unspeakable tragedy" in Beirut.
The Dunedin City Council says its proposed Trading in Public Places Bylaw will not have a negative impact on busking.
A void the size of a small car under State Highway 88 between Dunedin and Port Chalmers could mean part of the road is closed for a week or more.