John Lewis

Saddle Hill decision overturned

Saddle Hill decision overturned

Quarrying of the lower hump of Saddle Hill is likely to continue after a Dunedin High Court judge overturned an Environment Court declaration that ruled there was no consent for quarrying in the area.

Mass manoeuvre marks milestone

Mass manoeuvre marks milestone

Most parents will appreciate the stress of taking one or two preschoolers on a public outing to the supermarket.

Back in classroom and loving it

Back in classroom and loving it

You might think moving from a school with nearly 1000 pupils to one with 24 would mean a quieter life.

Artworks donated to say thank you

Artworks donated to say thank you

By the time Gil Phillips realised something was wrong, it was too late.

Nearing Bermuda start line

While Stanley Paris is excited to have reached Bermuda and has completed the first leg of his global circumnavigation attempt unscathed, the timing of his arrival is expected to cause some problems.

DCC's building fix refusal disappoints

DCC's building fix refusal disappoints The owners of John Wickliffe House are livid the Dunedin City Council has declined their resource consent application to repair and paint the building.

Decades of teaching almost over

Decades of teaching almost over

Keith Hutton is viewing his impending retirement with ''a blend of anxiety and excitement''.

Leaving 'wonderful career'

Leaving 'wonderful career'

East Otago High School assistant principal Jan Malloch is retiring from teaching at the end of the year with a desire to go back to study.

Pride of place for pupils' mosaic in glass

Pride of place for pupils' mosaic in glass

Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Otepoti's 20th anniversary celebrations this weekend will be a glassy affair.

Lightning shreds macrocarpa

Lightning shreds macrocarpa

A huge macrocarpa tree exploded, sending pieces 70m into the air, after it was struck by lightning yesterday.