Dunedin Hospital’s Covid-19 ward is now at capacity but pressure has eased at Southland Hospital, which was overloaded with Covid cases at the end of last week.
Celebrating their graduation together in Filleul St after the parade on Saturday are University of Otago graduands (from left) Georgia Devereux, of Auckland, Maia Stewart, of Auckland, Kate Hurring...
Readylawn Industries major contracts manager and turf specialist Peter Maclachlan works on an upgrade to the Caledonian Ground in Dunedin last week.
Deciding whether Dunedin gets its own destination playground is expected to move one step closer this week.
The Dunedin Hospital project has a new programme director after the elevation of its former leader to a new national role.
Electricity customers curious about what Aurora Energy's $563.4million five-year spending programme will deliver can find out more this week.
Two former Australian news executives have been chosen to negotiate with Google and Facebook on behalf of 28 news publishers for the use of New Zealand journalism on their platforms.
A digger uncovers a hot spot as firemen hose down the smouldering remains of a large green waste fire at a green waste disposal site in Burnside yesterday afternoon.
Swastikas were painted on speed signs around the Otago Peninsula, but ignorant vandalism "will not be tolerated" by the community.
Christopher Luxon and members of the National Party met in Mosgiel on Saturday to share ideas and learn more about the issues the South is facing.
Te Kahurangi Skelton is amazed at how easy it is to ensconce herself in front of a laptop and not move for hours at a time.
A group of health experts is urging the government to develop a Covid-19 action plan for schools, but teachers say they're running out of paid sick leave.
Six years after an internal review into the way the Defence Force handles sexual assault complaints within its ranks, former employees say a code of silence prevails and women who do come forward are punished for doing so.
Joe Hawke - the prominent kaumātua and activist who led the long-running Takaparawhau occupation at Auckland's Bastion Point in the late 1970s - has died, aged 82.
Ukraine ruled out a ceasefire or concessions to Moscow on Saturday as Russia intensified an offensive in the eastern Donbas region and stopped providing gas to Finland.
Sometimes it's the people behind the scenes who clear the way for sporting success. Reporter Simon Henderson talks to Dave Mclean, who knows how to make a clean sweep for cross-country runners.