The aviation industry is facing a grim time, but its people are helping to keep spirits alive, says a long-time Dunedin flying instructor considering landing for good.
The starting line for a project to build three groynes to help restore Te Rauone Beach has been crossed.
Police had to shut down several parties in Dunedin at the weekend and officers are reviewing CCTV footage to help them work out who struck a student with a bottle at one of them.
There could be delays on SH1 north of Dunedin for up to three days while NZ Transport Agency remove a stretch of pine trees at risk of falling on the highway.
Suicide rates will not inevitably increase because of the stress caused by Covid-19 but people’s wellbeing needs to be watched carefully.
Prominent Queenstown businessman Basil Walker and Central Otago Pistol Club secretary Robert Andrews are among several electoral candidates announced by Act New Zealand yesterday.
A Dunedin resident got creative with the newly arrived circles on Princes St over the weekend, filling one in with spray paint in a shape appearing similar to the image of Covid-19.
Dunedin bars appeared to be abiding by Alert Level 2 restrictions in their first weekend open since lockdown, with no reported issues in the city.
A restructure in the wake of Covid-19 has put Jim O’Malley back at the helm of Dunedin chocolate-maker Ocho.
Staff from a Dunedin electrical firm help install new training lights at the North Ground, Dunedin, on Friday.
As University of Otago’s first semester teaching nears an end, most lectures and classes are still being delivered online, as coronavirus restrictions continue.
Making the most of still autumn conditions on Otago Harbour near Vauxhall yesterday morning are (from left) Allan Sutherland, Paul Joice, Sue McAllister, Sara Joice and Jan Nicol, all of Dunedin.
Those booking a driving test in Dunedin can expect to wait up to five weeks longer than normal, as VTNZ deals with a backlog of more than 15,000 tests.
Covid-19 has shown the critical role Alliance South plays in delivering health services across the region, its new chairman says.
The Dunedin City Council has made a U-turn on one of its controversial temporary measures for George St, but the AA is calling for more.
Dunedin physiotherapist Ashley Stiven has been censured and fined for incorrectly billing ACC, treating a family member, and himself being treated by his own employees.