Police have charged four people with assault after a "brutal"
attack in Dunedin yesterday, during which one teenager was
bashed with a skateboard and another with a hammer.
There was possibly enough heated discussion about the
emissions trading scheme (ETS) in Mosgiel last night to have
contributed to global climate change.
Otago secondary schools are advising pupils to improve their
NCEA grades if they want guaranteed entry to university
courses next year.
While public-private partnerships (PPP) for building and
maintaining new school property in New Zealand sound
"seductive" to Otago school principals, they are sceptical
and say they will keep a close eye on the Government
School resumed yesterday, and Otago primary and intermediate
principals returned to their schools with a renewed focus on
how to tackle the Ministry of Education's National Standards.
A long-awaited apology from Dunedin student magazine Critic
over an article about homeless people in Dunedin has finally
made it into print.
No money? No worries.
It seems there is such a thing as a "free lunch" in Dunedin
"At the moment, I'm experiencing equal amounts of terror and
excitement," Waitati School's new principal, Heidi Hayward,
Many of those asking questions at an Otago Energy Research
Centre forum on lignite mining in the southern region may
have left feeling none the wiser last night.
Department of Conservation staff have cautioned boat users to
steer clear of whales after a boat ventured dangerously close
to a southern right whale off the Dunedin coast on Wednesday.
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