John Lewis

Finding the inner dancer

Finding the inner dancer

A Peruvian Latin dancer hopes to ''unleash'' the dancer from within typical Otago blokes from next week, when he reopens his dance studio in Dunedin's former chief post office building.

School angry over walkway delay

School angry over walkway delay

The Broad Bay School community is frustrated and angry the Dunedin City Council may be about to do a U-turn on road-widening work in the area.

Winning return to speaking

Winning return to speaking

Connor Seddon says delivering an award-winning speech is all about timing.

'Learning hub' officially opened

'Learning hub' officially opened

A new $280,000 ''learning hub'' at East Taieri School has given its pupils double the excitement this year.

Carisbrook Heights viability under consideration

Carisbrook Heights viability under consideration

The Education Review Office (ERO) is conducting a review of Carisbrook Heights (the former Calton Hill school) to assess its future viability.

Lifeguard's off-duty effort earns award

Perry Farrell was just in the right place at the right time.

'A-listers' eyed in historic house sale

'A-listers' eyed in historic house sale Dunedin's historic Corstorphine House, rated as one of the top 100 homes in New Zealand, is going on the market for $3.8 million.

Home lies wherever the road takes them

Home lies wherever the road takes them

When people ask Pauline and Les Johnson where they live, they say Mosgiel ... at least for this week.

Family celebrates a hundred years of Lee way

Family celebrates a hundred years of Lee way

Waking up at ''a sparrow's fart'' every morning - rain, hail or shine - is a difficult habit to break.

Welfare centres set up as travellers stranded

Welfare centres set up as travellers stranded

Welfare centres were set up last night in four North Otago towns along State Highway 1 to provide accommodation and food for motorists trapped by floodwaters.