Dunedin teachers are facing a confusing end to the financial
year because of pay errors caused by Novopay.
While ''horrible'' summer weather has kept many from going to
Otago beaches this summer, it has not lowered the number of
people needing to be rescued by surf lifesaving crews.
To some, a good whisky can taste like honey and spice with a
hint of smoky peat.
Prime Minister John Key has held Dunedin's Speight's Brewery
up as a shining example of the country's return to economic
humble plastic milk bottle is taking on a new life and
purpose at Abbotsford School.
Seven major events in seven days at the Forsyth Barr Stadium
during the past week have injected hundreds of thousands of
dollars into the local economy and set the city ''fizzing''
Pupils in the King's and Queen's High
School kapa haka group are hoping there is some weight in the
old adage, ''better luck next time''.
A Dunedin structural engineer and church leader has
questioned why international seismologists and engineers are
analysing up to 29 Dunedin churches to gauge their seismic
fitness in the event of an earthquake.
For many musicians, completing their first EP is a
challenging but rewarding experience.
It has taken more than a decade, but the 100-year-old bronze
bell which used to call pupils to class at King Edward
Technical College is finally being put on display at Logan
Park High School.
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