A Christchurch KFC and a BP service station have been added as new Covid-19 locations of interest in the city.
Germany has imposed restrictions on the unvaccinated as it seeks to break a dramatic surge in daily coronavirus infections exacerbated by the discovery of the Omicron strain.
Intensive care units and hospitals are getting a boost of hundreds of millions of dollars as the country moves to the Covid-19 traffic light system.
New Zealand has thrown off the shackles of alert levels and entered the next phase of the country's Covid response.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis says his ability to fulfil his duties will be severely impacted by the decision to bar the unvaccinated from council properties.
With a new day in the Orange level dawning, retailers in Dunedin remain concerned about the practicalities of what using — or not using — vaccine passes could mean for their businesses.
A wooden barrier has been put up to prevent people gaining access to the Dunedin Railway Station work site.
A report outlining how the harm experienced by survivors of abuse should be addressed has been delivered by the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care.
New National Party leader Christopher Luxon rang Dunedin list MP Michael Woodhouse yesterday afternoon to break the bad news he was already expecting.
A desperate scramble for vaccine passes before the Orange setting begins today has resulted in pharmacies and libraries across Dunedin being inundated this week.
A chronic shortage of aged residential care nurses in the South is starting to affect the quality of care given to the elderly.
Pupils of a small rural Otago school have programmed their way to national success by teaching robots to act out a classic children’s tale.
Temporary art installations are set to turn Dunedin’s George St into a pedestrian destination during its upgrade project excavations and renovations next year.