Senior Firefighter Matt Jones demonstrates the use of fire extinguishers during Airport Safety Week at Dunedin Airport yesterday.
While no records are expected to be broken during the Covid-19 pandemic, many Dunedin accommodation and tourism businesses are expecting to be busy this Labour Weekend.
It was goodbye to a large lime tree at Otago Museum yesterday. The tree was removed having become dangerous to the public.
While 29 fishermen of several hundred to have arrived in NZ in the past few days have been confirmed as having Covid-19, crew on two vessels berthed in Dunedin "pose no danger to the community".
Dunedin-led scientists have sequenced the genome of two invasive wasps, in a world-first development which could help better control this "serious ecological threat".
Dunedin City Council building staff are working overtime as an influx of applications for building consent continues.
The Otago Southland Employers’ Association will merge with the Otago Chamber of Commerce after association members approved the proposal in Dunedin.
The theft of a $3000 defibrillator from the Green Island Rugby Football Club is "about as low as it gets", its club manager says.
A rush to take up trades training has helped deliver an extra $3.5million to Otago Polytechnic’s bottom line.
A new 45m-long atrium at the University of Otago School of Dentistry’s redeveloped complex has recently been fully revealed.
A man who burgled his ex-partner’s home twice in four days, strangled her and scattered her clothes around the neighbourhood has been jailed for two years.
It will take a moment for Allied Pickfords staff to remember their new site will be in Ward St, having spent more than a decade at their previous site in Wharf St.
Thai couple Ekapong (Ek) and Nantida (Ying) Sripaoraya first met in their homeland, but their most remarkable adventure has been in Dunedin.
The historic Ocean Beach Railway in Dunedin is back on track, and will reopen to the public this weekend after a four-year closure.