A Southern District Health Board member who passed up a chance to endorse Covid-19 vaccination intends to continue in her role.
Time is running out for people to get vaccinated before Covid-19 circulates throughout the country. But what's in the vaccine? Is it safe? Why was it approved so quickly? Grant Miller talks to some experts about the science behind the vaccine.
A building that pays tribute to pioneering women of Otago could be sold and redeveloped, but heritage features would be preserved.
Arguments presented to the Dunedin City Council about the ways residents are represented have not inspired a change of course.
A strengthened border at Cook Strait to keep Covid-19 out of the South Island has some support among southern leaders while the drive continues to get vaccination rates up.
Party politics is out, but Cr Jules Radich is all in on a team ticket set to shake up next year’s Dunedin City Council election.
Green Island, Sunnyvale and Abbotsford should be included in an expanded Saddle Hill Community Board area, board chairman Scott Weatherall says.
A tech-enhanced future for Dunedin’s main shopping street could feature electronic signage and enable a parking area to be a loading zone early in the morning and accommodate seating in the evening.
The South Island’s Covid-free status can be preserved with better regional border controls, top public health experts say.
Dunedin student Tom Johnson sits in the sun after receiving his second Covid-19 vaccination from the Te Kaika mobile clinic in the North East Valley, Dunedin, yesterday.
How kindness is revealed in society will be explored at an annual peace lecture in Dunedin next week.
A member of the Southern District Health Board has passed up the opportunity to declare her support for New Zealand’s vaccination campaign against Covid-19.
Merit should be redefined and universities should take greater notice of indigenous self-determination and "a lived understanding of socioeconomic adversity", academics from Otago Uni argue.
Public health teams will need to take the Covid-19 vaccine into communities to get vaccination rates up, a Dunedin city councillor says.
Almost all Dunedin councillors are encouraging people to get vaccinated against Covid-19 and all but one have received at least one jab.
Failure of a pneumatic component was what went wrong with an electric bus on trial in Dunedin, since fixed and pressed back into service.
Harness Racing New Zealand has received about 300 public submissions on what should happen to former Dunedin racing venue Forbury Park.
The new ACC office space to be built in Dunedin is to be known as Otepoti, in keeping with the site’s history.
Vaccination rates in the South are among the best in New Zealand for meeting the threat of Covid-19, but a challenge looms in reaching rural areas.
Intricate work to restore the Dunedin Railway Station to its former glory is about to go to the next level.