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Long journey to recovery

Long journey to recovery

Brayden Warnock-Hannon says he still can't believe how quickly it all happened.

Laboratory-grown skin could be close

It sounds a little bit like science fiction, but burns patients could receive skin grafts grown in a laboratory, as early as 2017.

No agreement on King's

No agreement on King's

The battle rages on between King's High School's board of trustees and the Ministry of Education, despite a meeting between the two parties on Tuesday.

NHNZ in talks over massive Chinese tune-in

NHNZ in talks over massive Chinese tune-in

Up to 100 million Chinese children a day may soon be watching wildlife television shows produced by a Dunedin company.

Pupils organise own African adventure

Pupils organise own African adventure

Sometimes you have to be careful what you ask for.

Maths, English losing favour: survey

More than a third of people living in the southern region believe studying technology at school is more important than maths and English, which is concerning a senior lecturer at the University of Otago College of Education.

Scenic South among the best

Scenic South among the best

We've always known the Southern region has some of the most thrilling, memorable and interesting places in the world. Now it's official.

Drunk drivers slammed for stupidity

Drunk drivers slammed for stupidity

Police have slammed 17 Dunedin drivers for their ''stupidity and poor judgement'' after they were caught drinking and driving over the weekend.

Logan Park pupil articulates his way to the top

Logan Park pupil articulates his way to the top

Jacobi Kohu-Morris is fast becoming known as the young man with the golden voice, especially when it comes to speech competitions.

Here's mud in your eye

Here's mud in your eye

It's all fun and games until someone throws mud in your eye.