Emerson's Brewery is hoping to resume production tomorrow but the water contamination scare could cost the company as much as $60,000.
Students at the University of Otago are being offered free booster shots after an outbreak of mumps was confirmed in Dunedin.
Dunedin's boil water notice brought in after untreated water leaked into the supply from Ross Creek may be ended tomorrow.
Some operations are being postponed at Dunedin Hospital because of the water contamination scare, the Southern District Health Board said yesterday.
Dunedin has been left out of the new business mail network that will be set up to replace Fast Post.
Former Silver Fern Jodi Brown helped launch the country's largest multisport event in Dunedin last night.
Kaikorai Valley College's school hall resembled a factory yesterday as pupils from around the region descended on it for a technology competition.
When Anna Grimaldi was presented with a ukulele and invited to play along at the Dunedin Ukulele Kid’s Jam yesterday, she admitted she had to think twice about how she would manage it.
Did the chicken cross the road?
The New Zealand Orthopaedic Association has called for a national taskforce on orthopaedic surgery to avert ''a looming crisis''.
The Dunedin City Council is setting aside $100,000 to support people and businesses affected by this week's water scare, but health authorities are warning the worst could be yet to come.
A child was among four people taken to hospital after a nose-to-tail collision between two cars in Dunedin's Mailer St yesterday.
A prostate cancer patient says affected urology patients need to be transferred to other centres while the crisis-hit Southern District Health Board service is reorganised.
A visit to a flood-stricken farm on the Taieri Plain was a precursor to a panel discussion in Henley last night.
A man sustained a ''sore head'' after two vehicles collided in Canongate yesterday.
Test results released tonight have come back clear for the parts of Dunedin affected by this week’s water quality issue, however the boil water notice is still in place.
Dunedin Hospital staff are being praised for ''getting on with business'' in the wake of the city's water-quality scare.
The Dunedin City Council has deployed water tankers around parts of Dunedin affected by the city's water scare.
The irony was not lost on the Roslyn Fire Brigade attending a call-out to the old Roslyn Fire Station, now a cafe.
Dunedin Hospital has opened an emergency operations centre (EOC) in the wake of the water-quality scare in north Dunedin.