Facebook employees have walked away from their work-from-home desks and took to Twitter to accuse chief executive Mark Zuckerberg of inadequately policing President Donald Trump's posts as strictly as the rival platform has done.
Hotels that are open in the South are gradually picking up bookings, and some are hoping for a bounce this weekend.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed New Zealand could move to alert level 1 next week, buoyed by 11 straight days of no new Covid cases.
A man thought to be the youngest person to have died from coronavirus in Australia did not have the virus at the time of his death, officials say.
New Zealand has gone 11 straight days without a new Covid-19 case and Dr Ashley Bloomfield has offered advice to New Zealanders joining protests over the death of George Floyd.
Taieri Gorge workers marched through Dunedin streets to deliver the mayor a letter this morning.
Campus Watch had to intervene when a group of drunk men, including one who could hardly stand, disrupted a first-year law lecture last month, Otago University has revealed.
The University of Otago's Campus Watch were called after a group of ''drunk and rowdy'' men, including one who could hardly stand, disrupted a first-year law lecture last month, the university has...
A man taken to Dunedin Hospital after taking a "cocktail of drugs" had to be sedated and returned after leaving with an IV still in his arm.
Police have been forced to apologise to a woman after mishandling an information request for an urgent protection order during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says Cabinet will consider moving to alert level 1 on June 8, earlier than previously indicated.
President Donald Trump has vowed to end violent protests in major cities across the US "now," saying he'll send in the military if mayors and state governors refuse to call out the National Guard.
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the situation around George Floyd's death, who was killed by police in the United States, is "horrifying".
"Black lives matter" and "I can’t breathe" signs were in abundance in Dunedin’s Octagon yesterday, as hundreds of people showed their solidarity with protesters in the United States.
Two weeks after the reopening of schools, some pupils are showing signs of mild trauma from the lockdown.
The Dunedin City Council is expected to receive data today which will help it decide whether the social distancing measures in George St are still necessary.
Dunedin’s community patrol volunteers will hit the streets for the first time in months this weekend.
It is hoped a temporary move online will encourage more people to get involved in this year’s Puaka Matariki Festival.