Eleven Dunedin men were enjoying the comfort of their office
chairs yesterday after spending the past 17 days cycling the
length of New Zealand.
The upside of retirement is there will be no more freezing
winter wake-ups at 6.30am.
The possibility of attending Anzac Day commemorations in
Gallipoli this year have moved closer to becoming a reality
for Ihlara McIndoe.
With seven restaurants, 13 bars, three swimming pools, a
three-deck theatre and a two-storey library, MS Queen
Victoria is not short of things to keep 2014 passengers
A new online educational role-playing game, touted as being
able to ''supercharge the way school pupils learn'', is
attracting much attention from New Zealand schools.
A big secret is being kept out of sight by pupils at
Dunedin's Wakari School.
The world is a spectacular tapestry of colour, light and
shapes for Alex van der Weerden.
Taieri College staff are calling for more courtesy from
drivers around a school crossing on one of Mosgiel's busiest
As Barbara Brinsley stood in the former children's ward at
Dunedin Hospital, working out how to relocate the murals of
the late John Noakes, part of the answer fell at her feet.
Otago schools, early childcare centres and tertiary
institutions are being warned by the Ministry of Health to be
on the lookout for measles.
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