The lockdown message seems not to be getting through to some people.
A group of Waverley residents came together to show their appreciation for essential workers — through clapping.
Almost every New Zealander is now living inside their bubble, and Health Minister David Clark is no exception.
MetService has halted construction of its $2.8million weather radar in Otago as a result of Covid-19 and the country going into lockdown.
A rates freeze may be on the cards to ease the financial burden on Dunedin ratepayers, as the economic impacts of Covid-19 continue to bite.
With the streets mostly clear of vehicles, Dunedin’s runners, walkers and cyclists have been making the most of the lack of traffic.
A West Coast woman became New Zealand’s first death in the global Covid-19 pandemic yesterday, as cases across the southern region continued to increase.
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A 75-year-old woman who was a passenger on a cruise ship that visited Dunedin this month has died of coronavirus.
If just one member of the small team at Challenge Fitzroy service station gets sick, the petrol station closes.
The southern health system is coping well with the ravages of Covid-19, but ‘‘we are not yet through the eye of the storm,’’ Southern District Health Board chief executive Chris Fleming says.
The Otago Regional Council is pushing ahead with a proposed 9.1% rates rise despite the unprecedented national lockdown and the fact the majority of councillors are protesting the move.
Dunedin's foodbanks are continuing to operate under the national lockdown, but with new, safety-conscious procedures and strict precautions against Covid-19.
The Southern District Health Board area still has the most Covid-19 cases per head of population in the country.
Clinical psychologist Chris Skellett talks about turning the unprecedented Covid-19 lockdown in to a rare opportunity to pursue personal goals.