A person is seriously injured after a truck rolled on Old Coach Rd, near Mataura in Southland.
Oyster lovers rejoiced as Dunedin’s Best Cafe reopened its kitchen on Tuesday after a five-week shutdown.
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.
Dedicated watchers of Dunedin’s albatross colony, through the Royal Cam live stream, were relieved to see the return of one famous bird following his month-long disappearance.
In the absence of traditional Anzac Day services, people are being urged to show their respect in more creative ways.
"Substanial" dental work deferred in the region will result in an increased demand when restrictions are lifted, the head of Dunedin’s dental school says.
An Italian backpacker and artist has added a new mural to the streets while in lockdown at a Dunedin hostel.
An organisation started by a Dunedin doctor has distributed hundreds of masks to frontline workers to fight Covid-19.
A Dunedin company is bracing for a boom in demand for protective plastic screens as the Government considers whether to ease Covid-19 restrictions.
The traditional duck-shooting outing on the first weekend of May looks to be a casualty of Covid-19, even if there is a move to Level 3 before then.
Otago mayors will give 10% of their salaries over the next six months to charities supporting their communities through Covid-19.