After several weeks of rear-door boarding and alighting, Orbus bus services in Queenstown and Dunedin will resume using the front door on Tuesday, June 2.
Emergency services crews helped a patient out of a car after it crashed into a parked car in North Dunedin this afternoon.
Progress is good nearly six months into the $31 million project to extend the West Harbour shared pathway to Port Chalmers, despite the impact of Covid-19.
The Scenic Hotel Group has reopened one of its two Dunedin hotels – a move costing the chain about $70,000 a month.
After 16 years leading the Otago Polytechnic, Phil Ker has no doubt the moment is right to step aside. He talks to Grant Miller about fairness, innovation and his time at the helm.
If motorists do not adhere to the 10kmh limit on George St over the long weekend, speed bumps could be installed.
Love is in the air at the Orokonui Ecosanctuary, with arrival of two new takahe which are expected to bring the patter of tiny feet.
St Mary’s School pupil Scarlet Milner (8) holds Gingey, surrounded by schoolmates who took part in a teddy bears’ picnic yesterday.
A $250,000 ‘‘rapid review’’ assessing how to mitigate the effects of climate change and reduce carbon emissions in Dunedin is under way.
Clearing the Southern District Health Board’s Covid-19-related surgical backlog could take four to six months and require private sector help, chief executive Chris Fleming says.
A man who went missing from central Dunedin, prompting police and family fears for his welfare, has been found safe and well.
A US couple who sheltered near Dunedin during the level 4 lockdown say they feared America could not adequately handle the coronavirus pandemic.
Friday prayers again rang out in Dunedin as the Al Huda mosque opened its doors for the first time in months.
Waiting times for scans through the Southern District Health Board have risen dramatically due to Covid-19.
The University of Otago decision to cut ties with student magazine Critic Te Arohi was made by vice-chancellor Prof Harlene Hayne, the Otago Daily Times can reveal.
The Dunedin City Council has rejected a request for $5000 to assist New Zealand Chinese Language Week, and its place in annual plan deliberations was questioned.