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It has been a month since all New Zealanders over 12 became eligible for the vaccine and only 55 percent of Māori have had their first dose.
The 35-seater electric bus is ultimately destined for Christchurch, but for the next month, it will be running up and down the hills of Dunedin.
Nelson Marlborough, Southern and South Canterbury district health boards - alongside Auckland - have got more jabs into arms than any other area.
Almost 1000 people have been vaccinated at the first day of a pop-up clinic targeting young Māori and Pasifika in Dunedin.
Pasifika now lead the way in full vaccinations among people aged 40 and above.
Police in Dunedin say it's a small minority causing the majority of lockdown headaches, including one man who ran over a child's bike.
RNZ has heard reports of toilet paper being cleaned out at some supermarkets and has verified that is the case at Countdown Mailer Street, while bread stocks have taken a hit at Countdown Dunedin…
An Auckland woman is facing a months-long recovery after dropping six metres from a chairlift at Cardrona Alpine Resort on Tuesday.
Economist Shamubeel Eaqub and others agree it's time to reframe housing as a human rights crisis and say the solution demands the same political will shown after World War II.
More than 300 people on Rakiura/Stewart Island have had at least their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
New Zealand's southernmost Covid-19 vaccine clinic begins today on Rakiura / Stewart Island.
Power poverty is already starting to bite in Central Otago - New Zealand's coldest district.
Community leaders say there has been scant information about when vulnerable populations in remote areas can expect to have Covid-19 vaccines.
Many thought the Covid-19 pandemic might bring some relief to those seeking accommodation in Queenstown Lakes.
Plans are being laid by a citizens coalition in Invercargill to topple Sir Tim Shadbolt as mayor come next year's local body elections.
Former Gloriavale members want the church's leadership removed and the Public Trust appointed in its place.
Recently released court documents provide a candid insight into life and religious beliefs at Gloriavale.
There are calls for a public inquiry into Southern DHB's colonoscopy service for diagnosing bowel cancer.
University of Otago wants the ability to fine students who have let the rubbish at their flats get out of control, but the students' association is pushing back.
Cancer patients are suffering and dying because they're are missing out on vital scans such as MRIs - that's the blunt assessment of an oncologist from Southern District Health Board.
Queenstown Airport is forecasting a return to pre-pandemic passenger numbers by 2024.
Hundreds of permit-holders were given until 1 October 2021 to change to resource consents, but the case is now headed to the Environment Court.
Dunedin City Council is consulting residents on the St Clair to St Kilda Coastal Plan as it grapples with how to balance the needs and desires of locals, with the threat of climate change.
Orientation Week is underway at the University of Otago - a source of trouble for Dunedin in previous years.
A Queenstown housing trust is offering apartments for as low as $200,000 - but there's a catch.