Migrant workers in agriculture are more important than ever, farmers say.
When a bird rescue centre in South Dunedin became overrun with baby birds, Lauren Jordaan offered to take a pigeon and feed it. Six months later, Pidgey has made herself at home.
People may soon find themselves paying a little more for some services because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A woman was attacked by a dog outside a pharmacy in North Dunedin over the weekend.
Grieving and organising funerals is never an easy process, let alone doing it twice during a pandemic.
A cool autumn morning was not enough to deter people from seeing if they could score a bucket of free paint.
One person was taken to Dunedin Hospital with moderate injuries after an incident involving a car and skateboard in North Dunedin this afternoon.
A woman was attacked by a dog while observing social distancing outside a chemist in North Dunedin today.
Mothers will be showered with flowers on Mother’s Day tomorrow if the demand is anything to go by.
The New Zealand Whisky Co distillery installation began at Speight’s Brewery in Dunedin yesterday, after about two years in the making.
Debbie Mansfield is worried she will not be able to work or walk by the time she has a date for surgery.
A person is seriously injured after a truck rolled on Old Coach Rd, near Mataura in Southland.
The pandemic recovery and nature recovery will go hand in hand, a conservation group says.
Dunedin firefighters are bracing for an increase in emergency calls as more people hit the road.
Oyster lovers rejoiced as Dunedin’s Best Cafe reopened its kitchen on Tuesday after a five-week shutdown.
A person had to be freed from a car after it crashed into a building in Invercargill this evening.
Dunedin families stood together in spirit, but apart in distance, at dawn on Anzac Day - not forgetting those who served the country.
Sophie McLellan (12), of Waldronville, leads a group of curious neighbours about 2km to the Green Park cemetery on Anzac Day.
People stood on their driveways and fire crews gathered outside the station as dawn broke over Dunedin this Anzac Day.
People should "give nature space" when lockdown restrictions ease, the Department of Conservation (Doc) says.