John Lewis

'Hysterical' twist on Trojan War

'Hysterical' twist on Trojan War

It's a war like no other you've seen on stage.

Kindy to be demolished

Project management specialist Octa Associates has called for expressions of interest in demolishing the Mosgiel Central Kindergarten to make way for a new early childhood education facility.

Inspiring the leaders of the future

Inspiring the leaders of the future

In a world where leaders seem to be switching off or burning out regularly, the decisions made by those who will lead in the near future have never been more important.

Siblings killed in motorway crash named

Siblings killed in motorway crash named

A 17-year-old girl remains in intensive care in Dunedin Hospital after a high-speed crash which killed a brother and sister from Mosgiel. 

'Feral' student party in city shut down

'Feral' student party in city shut down

A ''feral'' student party in Stafford St yesterday was shut down by police, amid concerns for the safety of intoxicated people climbing on the outside of a three-storey flat.

But I thought it was catnip, officer

But I thought it was catnip, officer A Halfway Bush cat brought home an unwanted gifted for its owner last night - a bag of cannabis.

Dunedin duo cook their way to national final

Dunedin duo cook their way to national final

The culinary arts profession is filled with challenges - sharp knives, allergic reactions to certain nuts and spices, and hot stoves.

Smokefreerockquest heats begin

Debatable Thesis, the Bys, 21 SEVEN, Flat Passengers, Jimmy and the Stale Fingers, the Baby and Three 9ths.

Art of fundraising benefits hospice

Art of fundraising benefits hospice

Hopes were high last night that two Ralph Hotere artworks up for auction would help take the Otago Community Hospice closer to its $1.6 million funding target for the next financial year.

Award for budding scientist

Award for budding scientist

William Pelet is a self-confessed ''nerd'' when it comes to science.