The owner of a Milton helicopter company is devastated by the loss of a "much-loved employee and friend" in a crash near Lawrence yesterday.
A Milton-based helicopter company says it is devastated by the loss of a "much-loved employee and friend" in a crash near Lawrence this morning.
The ‘‘cruel’’ reaction to an Auckland couple breaching Level 4 lockdown is a product of a campaign of fear causing people to lose their humanity, a Dunedin psychiatrist says.
A person has been airlifted to hospital after falling from a quad bike in North Otago this afternoon.
She has travelled all over the world providing support to communities in need. Now Sally Angelson is ready to continue her work from her new home in Dunedin.
Maori culture inspired smiles far and wide when the clock struck noon yesterday at Grants' Braes School in Dunedin.
A man has been arrested after allegedly damaging a property in Dunedin today.
A youth linked to two car thefts and three petrol drive-offs has been arrested following a driving complaint in Dunedin.
Emergency services spent three hours battling the flames at an Oamaru business last night, but the owners are not calling for an investigation.
Playing Candy Crush is not an acceptable reason for using your phone while driving, police say.
Performing a haka for Te Wiki o te Reo Maori are pupils of Dunedin North Intermediate at the school yesterday.
Bars and restaurants have reopened under Alert Level 2, but those behind the counter say business is far from booming.
Despite the cold weather and strict Alert Level 2 limitations, customers were happy to line up down the street to get their produce from the Otago Farmers Market in Dunedin on Saturday.
As much as he would like to, 93-year-old Bill McIndoe cannot take his little Careys Bay shipyard with him when he is gone.
Putting aside fear of getting it wrong and giving it a go is all part of Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, says a Dunedin proponent.
Most pupils chose not to wear masks at Southern schools contacted yesterday, and principals expect less mask-wearing in the coming days.
The call for knitted goods for babies at Dunedin Hospital has gained some New Zealand A-list celebrity endorsement.
Richie and Gemma McCaw have taken up knitting to help keep the babies of Queen Mary Maternity Ward in Dunedin warm, and are calling for others to do the same.
Schools in Dunedin say they are ready for pupils to return today, despite some frustration over delays in receiving the latest Covid-19 guidelines.
A Dunedin woman who was running late for work had her day made worse when she became the victim of a hit-and-run.