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.
It is hoped a temporary move online will encourage more people to get involved in this year’s Puaka Matariki Festival.
"Black lives matter" and "I can’t breathe" signs were in abundance in Dunedin’s Octagon yesterday, as hundreds of people showed their solidarity with protesters in the United States.
Black ice caused problems for motorists in the South but most of the more serious crashes during Queen’s Birthday weekend were further north.
Roofer John Meegan starts laying the first of 6500 roof slates on the 150-year-old Chingford Stables in North East Valley, Dunedin.
People were beaming with joy as they entered St Patrick’s Basilica in South Dunedin yesterday to celebrate Mass, Fr Gerard Aynsley says.
Winter has officially arrived, and although it is no longer shorts and T-shirt weather, Niwa National Climate Centre scientists are predicting the next three months will be warmer than usual.
Many people want to continue working from home, at least part-time, following the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions but communication and workload issues must be addressed, a new study suggests.
Hundreds of people gathered in Dunedin's Octagon to show their solidarity with the "Black Lives Matter" movement in the United States and to decry racism.
The Dunedin and Otago-Southland film industry has bright growth prospects, strengthened by Covid-19-related opportunities, Film Otago Southland chairman Brad Hurndell says.