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50 new Covid-19 cases, school to resume

There are 50 new cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand - the lowest daily total reported in a fortnight. "We may yet see bumps along...

New tuatara hatchlings at Orokonui Ecosanctuary

Two tuatara hatchlings sighted at Orokonui Ecosanctuary are the first to be seen since adult tuatara were released at the ecosanctuary in 2012. Possibly be...

Hundreds of Otago residents offer to volunteer

In the past week, more than 600 people across Otago have put their hands up to help others by registering with Volunteering Otago. Dunedin-based Volunteering...

10 new Southern cases, 1 in Dunedin Hospital

New Zealand has 54 new confirmed and probable cases of Covid-19, bringing the total number of cases to 1160, the Ministry of Health has...

More new cases in South than anywhere else in NZ

The Southern District Health Board area now has more than double the national rate of Covid-19 cases per population after 17 new cases in...

Organisations to help Kiwis with site loss access essentials

Blind Low Vision NZ is uniting with blind, low vision, deafblind and other organisations to ensure Kiwis living with sight loss have access to...

Students ready to help

The Student Volunteer Army has arrived in Dunedin to help older people and the vulnerable during lockdown. From today, volunteers will shop at New World...

71 new Covid-19 cases, 53 now linked to Bluff wedding

Director-general of health Ashley Bloomfield has revealed 49 new confirmed cases and 22 probable cases, bringing the New Zealand total to 868. Dr Bloomfield also...

Big birthday bashes on backburner

Bella O’Connor had not made any big plans for her 16th birthday party, and that was probably a good thing. When the day rolled around...

Cancer Society still open and ready to help

The Cancer Society says it is still here supporting people with cancer, despite closing offices and suspending some services in response to the Covid-19...
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