Workers are demanding Dunedin Railways ‘‘at the very least’’ apply for a wage subsidy extension to help rescind its staff redundancies.
Covid-19 restrictions have pushed the opening date for the new NPD station on Andersons Bay Rd out to the end of August.
Customers turned up for treatment in force yesterday after the University of Otago’s dental clinics reopened.
Scrapping apprenticeship fees to encourage people into trades training has been greeted with enthusiasm in the South.
Semester-one examinations start today at the University of Otago but they will be run online and students will be wary of software designed to stop them cheating.
The post-lockdown fightback has started and southerners are responding with grit and determination to the devastating effects of the global pandemic.
Haywards Auction House Dunedin will today have its first general auction since mid-March and it has decided to hold on to part of its Covid-19 business structure for good.
A time-lapse video has shown the progress of contractors tearing down a former Cadbury building which is to make way for part of the new Dunedin Hospital
The Keep Calm and Carry On event was one of many held around the country yesterday, aimed at bringing support to local tourism operators and cafe owners following the lockdown.
Two weeks after the reopening of schools, some pupils are showing signs of mild trauma from the lockdown.
The Dunedin City Council is expected to receive data today which will help it decide whether the social distancing measures in George St are still necessary.
Dunedin’s community patrol volunteers will hit the streets for the first time in months this weekend.
A local family out fishing made the shocking discovery a body in the sea off Point Elizabeth, near Greymouth on Saturday
A man taken to Dunedin Hospital after taking a "cocktail of drugs" had to be sedated and returned after leaving with an IV still in his arm.
A man tracked into bush and bitten by a police dog after a pursuit in Dunedin is to appear in court on several charges.