People may soon find themselves paying a little more for some services because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Otago Daily Times
A piece of Dunedin history has started to disappear from the city landscape, as demolition continues on the former Cadbury factory.
South Island flight-seeing operators are hoping for calmer conditions after two months of Covid-19 turbulence.
Jessica Calverley was surprised with a makeshift graduation ceremony like no other by her flatmates at the weekend.
A bubble-breaking teen gathering in Mosgiel and a string of parties have prompted a warning to stick to level 3 rules from Dunedin police.
A woman with links to South Otago, and her husband have allegedly been murdered by their son in Perth.
As the impact of Covid-19 starts to hit, advocates of the Haast-Hollyford Road are working to get the proposed $205 million Westland to Milford link back in the limelight.
A Dunedin city councillor caught half-naked on camera has clarified that he was wearing pants, just of the extra short variety.
Covid-19's unusually wide range of symptoms, including stroke and loss of smell, can be explained at the molecular level.
An oversized chair which went missing from the grounds of Otago Girls’ High School during the lockdown has been returned.
Good news for sports fans and punters alike as greyhound racing returns to the track in Christchurch at noon today.
More than half of Christchurch Casino operator Skyline Enterprises’ 1200 staff based across New Zealand and overseas will be made redundant.
A major food distribution company has told staff half its workforce - up to 80 jobs - could be cut if delivery levels continue to be low in an alert level 2 setting.