Unfair playground deals between pupils have forced several
Dunedin primary schools to ban the latest trading card craze.
Telecommunications cabinets around Dunedin have traditionally
been targets for taggers.
A new scholarship programme has been launched at Kaikorai
Valley College, aimed at raising academic achievement levels
in pupils in years 12 and 13.
you have ever wanted to walk through some wild parts of
Fiordland but don't think you have the legs for it, Kavanagh
College has the answer.
Taieri College musicians appear to have taken the lion's
share of places in the Otago Regional Final of the
Smokefreerockquest this year.
are investigating why a vehicle involved in a high-speed
police chase on the Strath Taieri yesterday had false licence
When 4-year-old Kaia Powell won a highly commended award in
the 2014 Otago Wildlife Photography Competition, there were
more than a few eyebrows raised over whether she actually
took the photo.
When Chris Cumberland was trying to make the difficult
decision about whether he should change careers, it was his
daughter who gave him the impetus to go through with it.
An unlicenced 16-year-old Dunedin youth is in hospital with a
serious head injury after fleeing police in a high-speed
With at least 41 reported crashes on southern roads between
5pm Friday and late last night, drivers will need to keep
their wits about them if the region is going to keep its
Queen's Birthday road toll at zero, Dunedin police say.
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