Poems about feelings of longing and celebrating belonging were recited yesterday at the 19th annual prizegiving ceremony for the Robert Burns Poetry Competition, held at Dunedin City Library.
Schools are working to keep bus routes running after closure of a Dunedin bus company left pupils without a ride to town.
Hobbled by a stoush over how to apply vaccine passports, a popular weekly run at the Dunedin Botanic Garden has been stymied since the Covid-19 lockdown in August last year.
Sweets, sugary drinks and children are usually a bad mix if an atmosphere of quiet, zen-like concentration is needed.
Any cold-like symptoms have the potential to be the Omicron variant of Covid-19, but a sore throat or runny nose are two to particularly look out for, an Otago virologist says.
The organiser of a food drive in support of Tonga hopes Dunedin residents will dig deep and show the generosity for which Southerners are famed this week.
Two patients were transported to Dunedin Hospital after a vehicle with steamed up windows collided with a parked car on Monday evening.
Toilet paper has been wiped out at some Dunedin supermarkets, despite retailers encouraging consumers to avoid panic-buying after new Covid-19 restrictions came into force.
A shirtless man walked away from a badly damaged car after it hit a tree at Corstorphine Park early yesterday.
Dunedin's tertiary institutions say they are ready for the nationwide shift to the Red traffic light setting.
The Southern District Health Board has been taken to task for "repeated failures" over the way it cared for a woman who died 17 hours after being admitted to hospital.
Selling off heritage assets could limit the potential of Dunedin rail when tourism rebounds, a restoration enthusiast fears.
Brighton’s annual gala was held just in time for thousands of people to gather and enjoy themselves.