The turmoil caused by the Covid-19 pandemic will delay but not deter the Government from building a new Dunedin Hospital, Health Minister David Clark says.
Doctors are praising a team of Dunedin residents for offering them an extra level of security during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dunedin Hospital has boosted its capacity to manage intensive care patients with Covid-19 as cases in the South reached 132 yesterday.
The University of Otago will no longer answer media requests from student magazine Critic, a decision the magazine’s editor described as an insult to students.
The Government needs to offer targeted support to regions that may not be lifted out of lockdown — or "be honest about the fact that we'll be punished for people getting sick", Dunedin Mayor Aaron...
Sick of your own company yet? Well how about sharing some of your daily lockdown activities with our Otago Daily Times readers. We are urging our readers to send in photographs depicting...
Living in isolation has been a burden for most of the country but for those who have suffered a bereavement, it has been infinitely worse. Rob Kidd talks to those forced to grieve alone and funeral...
Two people with serious injuries have been taken to hospital after a crash on State Highway 1 near Allanton today.
Police are appealing for information about a man in their investigation into a body found buried in a remote part of the central North Island after a tip-off.
Pupils who use a device before bed and decide when they go to bed get less sleep and feel sleepier the next day
The University of Otago will no longer answer media requests from student magazine Critic, a decision the magazine’s editor describes as an insult to students.
John Parkes is nearing the end of his life after a battle with cancer - and all he wants is for someone to hold his hand.
Health Minister David Clark has apologised to the Prime Minister for flouting the Government's advice to exercise locally during the lockdown.
Customers across New Zealand have been refused entry to some supermarkets for not wearing gloves and masks.
Director-general of health Ashley Bloomfield has revealed 49 new confirmed cases and 22 probable cases, bringing the New Zealand total to 868.