A gym owner was met with “floods of support” when she announced her gym was reopening in Level 2.
The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) in Dunedin is ramping up its efforts to support people who have suffered job losses due to the impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Otago Polytechnic opened its doors again this week, while University of Otago courses remain online until the end of the semester.
A high-level group of Dunedin arts, cultural and events organisations says the city’s council venues are becoming unaffordable and too hard to access.
Being in lockdown for the past seven weeks has given young musician Keira Wallace the golden opportunity to work on some new songs.
After much planning and debate, the Otago Peninsula Trust has finalised some new, locally-focused offerings, with the aim of bringing Dunedin people to its stable of attractions.
Many tears have been shed, but Dunedin’s tourism operators are showing strength and resilience as they scramble to adjust to a massive drop in visitors.
A Dunedin brothel and strip club is experiencing a spike in the number of women looking for work since Covid-19 closed the doors of both establishments, the owner says.
A Dunedin mother of a newborn baby has praised the quick action by Kainga Ora and tradies to fix a smelly plumbing emergency during the Covid-19 lockdown.
After 65 years in business, temporarily closing the doors on his Moray Pl barber shop was a sad moment for Selwyn Grave.
The phones have been ringing off the hook at Dunedin’s Stihl Shop, as people race to get mowers and power tools serviced and repaired.
The joy of reunion has been tinged with sadness for Dunedin’s Garchow-Lilley family, as they mourn the loss of a family member.
A Dunedin eatery is unable to go the whole hog since reopening but a reduction in Covid-19 restrictions is helping save its bacon, one of its owner says.