The hills were alive with the sound of music at Careys Bay.
Otago Community Hospice services, vital in the middle of a pandemic, are continuing, but the financial viability of the service is uncertain, chief executive Ginny Green says.
Dunedin rest-home staff at high risk of Covid-19 are having to choose between risking their health at work, or potentially going without pay.
The dishwasher at the Portobello police station house caught on fire and was extinguished by the local fire brigade this afternoon.
Seperated parents are being urged to put aside their conflicts and make decisions that are in the best interests of their children when it comes to custody-sharing arrangements during the lockdown.
A woman has been given a warning after she verbally abused and coughed on Pak'N Save staff in Dunedin after being refused entry, police say.
Police are urging people to prioritise security during the Covid-19 lockdown, following two burglaries in Dunedin.
Video-conferencing has new-found popularity in New Zealand’s lockdown, and two Dunedin businesses are using it to keep clients fit.
Dunedin's Red Badge security has been in high demand since the country moved to Covid-19 Alert Level 4 and it is recruiting staff “like crazy”.
Dunedin supermarkets have enacted a suite of changes to ensure staff safety and customer comfort during the Covid-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown.
As Police Commissioner Mike Bush called for an end to those flouting the rules of the Covid-19 lockdown — including freedom campers — the Dunedin City Council is still fielding reports of the...
Two diggers work to cap an underground fire at the Nash and Ross landfill at Burnside in Dunedin this morning.
A group of Waverley residents came together to show their appreciation for essential workers — through clapping.
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.
Almost every New Zealander is now living inside their bubble, and Health Minister David Clark is no exception.
With the streets mostly clear of vehicles, Dunedin’s runners, walkers and cyclists have been making the most of the lack of traffic.
MetService has halted construction of its $2.8 million weather radar in Otago as a result of Covid-19 and the country going into lockdown.