A meeting tomorrow will inform worshippers what led to the resignation of Al Huda mosque Imam Sheikh Asrarul Haque Obaidullah earlier this month.
National Party Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker says many of the 11,000 people arriving in the country could be quarantined in the South without community consultation.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says while it was David Clark's decision to resign as Health Minister, she agreed he had to go.
It is hoped a $435,000 support fund will help to extinguish the "house on fire" in Dunedin in the wake of Covid-19.
St Vincent de Paul Society pastoral co-ordinator Sarah Strang was surrounded by donations to the society’s foodbank from pupils at eight Dunedin Catholic schools yesterday.
The Belgian creative forces behind the Nomadic Art Gallery have had an exciting year, having already survived a pandemic and a few other tough moments.
Dr Alison Gaston, of Dunedin, has received a Queen's Service Medal from Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy for services to health and health education.
The Dunedin Gasworks Museum, 11 halls, and two war memorials have made the Dunedin City Council’s $840,000 wishlist for Provincial Growth Fund money.
The new Dunedin Hospital has cleared a vital hurdle, having its detailed business case approved in time for possible Cabinet consideration before the election.
The Covid-19 pandemic forced a major rethink of Dunedin’s upcoming New Zealand International Science Festival but both events also highlighted the importance of science.
With a little help from digital technology, Kavanagh College is able to hold its major production this year, despite Covid-19 killing off all other Dunedin schools’ efforts to present their annual...
About 3000 Otago and Southland pupils are starting to tuck in to free lunches after 18 of the region’s schools joined the Government’s free and healthy lunches programme.
A tramper with moderate injuries was flown from a hut near Lake Ohau to Dunedin Hospital by the Otago Regional Rescue Helicopter yesterday afternoon.
He was a young lecturer in classics, Latin and ancient Greek philosophy. She was a young history lecturer.
"The High Court has characterised this as theft from the community," Judge Peter Rollo told a benefit fraudster.
More money was spent on the night Super Rugby returned to Dunedin than on any night in the six months previous, including New Year’s Eve.