COVID-19

Here at Radio Dunedin we understand that it is a difficult time around Dunedin currently.

That's why we’ve put together a little list to help make the day to day a little easier on you and your loved ones.

Below are some local Dunedin businesses and groups who are continuing to safely offer their essential services to you...

Driving Miss Daisy 

Driving Miss Daisy is classified as an Essential Industry Service under the transport and logistics section as a Small Passenger Service Vehicle as licenced for this under NZTA.

Driving Miss Daisy can carry out your supermarket shopping and deliver it to your door, and is still available to assist in your transport to essential services like a doctor's appointment. .

Book now here

Don’t forget to take a look at their Facebook page for Dunedin South and Dunedin North




Student Volunteer Army 

The Student Volunteer Army has joined forces with New World to assist over

65’s and medically vulnerable customers with contactless grocery deliveries: and

the service is now available in Dunedin New World Centre City!

Book delivery here



Age Concern / Meals on Wheels

Age Concern Otago coordinates around 650 volunteer drivers who collectively deliver more than 200 hot two course meals to Dunedin clients every weekday including public holidays.

Contact Julie Bates

mealsonwheels@ageconcernotago.co.nz or 03 477 1040

Or visit their website here.




Robertson Meats

Robertson Meals can deliver anywhere in the greater Dunedin area including Green Island, Waldronville, Fairfield, and Mosgiel.

Delivery charge: $5, or free for orders over $50


Order online here