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.
A South Dunedin meat institution is carrying on, though it has had to adapt to a new way of dealing with customers.
Animal conservation groups in Dunedin have joined forces to ensure wildlife, including endangered species, are not forgotten during the lockdown.
Police have taken down an organised crime gang in Dunedin, seizing methamphetamine and $40,000 in cash.
Doctors are praising a team of Dunedin residents for offering them an extra level of security during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Paul Gouverneur, of Waldronville, was surprised to see an unusually large number of vehicles on the road during a nationwide lockdown.
Police are warning it's "almost certain" fraudulent activity will occur in the next few weeks, following a suspicious man visiting a home in Balclutha and stating he was a private investigator.
Budget advisers are braced for an influx of calls from people struggling to pay power bills, as the nation’s citizens stay in their homes during lockdown and winter temperatures approach.
A 3-D printer is being used by a Dunedin architecture firm to create protective gear for those on the frontline against Covid-19.
A man has been caught "red handed" allegedly attempting to burgle a liquor store on George St, in Dunedin.
A woman has been given a warning after she verbally abused and coughed on Pak'N Save staff in Dunedin after being refused entry, police say.
Police are urging people to prioritise security during the Covid-19 lockdown, following two burglaries in Dunedin.
Dunedin's Red Badge security has been in high demand since the country moved to Covid-19 Alert Level 4 and it is recruiting staff “like crazy”.