Hospitality businesses remain worried ahead of tomorrow’s Orange dawn, as one Dunedin cafe worker fears "all hell will break loose".
Dunedin may be the only southern centre requiring residents to prove they are vaccinated before being allowed to use most of its public facilities.
Joining the ranks of those honoured for their service to the Royal Family was something of a family affair for former Dunedin woman Clara Loughran.
Southern public health staff will take an elimination-first approach should Covid-19 emerge in Otago and Southland over Christmas.
After almost 25 years of delighting Southerners with annual lantern shows, Dunedin’s Midwinter Carnival event is facing a crisis.
When a drink-driver crashed his car into a ditch in rural South Otago he came up with a novel solution.
Most people do not accumulate three drink-driving convictions in a lifetime — it took Sean Graeme Duffy just a month.
The University of Otago is proposing making Covid-19 vaccinations, or government-approved exemptions, compulsory for all staff, students, contractors and visitors next year.
The easing of border restrictions next year is not expected to have a significant impact on the University of Otago’s markedly depleted international student numbers.
Holding up a box of food before it is sent out to Dunedin foodbanks is Highlander Josh Dickson at the We Can! Community Can Appeal at Forsyth Barr Stadium yesterday.
The Otago Regional Council will spend about $45 million over the next 30 years protecting the Taieri Plain from flooding.
With weeds, rubbish and pests plaguing the Dunedin Town Belt, a group of pupils are leading their peers in the charge to better appreciate and conserve our green spaces.
Churches around Dunedin will hold separate services for those without a My Vaccine Pass, but worship leaders are trying to keep it from creating a split in the community.
Shake the sand out of your togs and buy some new sun screen - great beach weather may be on the horizon.
Flats in Cumberland St are demolished in Dunedin yesterday to make way for new Selwyn College student accommodation.
The Dunedin City Council will be requiring people to present their My Vaccine Passes when entering public facilities.