Never underestimate the power of a needle and thread when things in life start to unravel.
Few 16-year-olds would turn down the chance to skip the rest of school and go straight to university - if they had the qualifications, that is.
Dunedin schools are still screaming out for relief teachers, despite a noticeable drop in sickness in classrooms.
Early childhood teachers took historic action in Dunedin last week by holding paid union meetings during school hours for the first time.
There’s quite an art to wrapping up a failed world record attempt and presenting it as a success — particularly when it comes to knitting scarves.
Hamish Daniell’s neighbours are over the moon.
"Every artist was first an amateur."
A sudden drop in the number of southern secondary school pupils being investigated by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) for breaches of exam rules has left principals baffled.
Two 9-year-old girls get bored after school and steal flowers from their neighbours’ gardens.
Is life amidst the Covid-19 pandemic leaving you feeling exhausted and emotionally deflated?
Modi Deng is not one to limit her challenges.
With all the new scientific discoveries to understand and teach about gene technology, human evolution and ecology, teaching continues to be captivating — even after 40 years in the profession,...
Dunedin's craving for drama in the wake of the Covid-19 lockdown will be satisfied in October, when musical theatre returns to the Regent Theatre.
A man left fighting for his life in the wake of the "heinous" Christchurch mosque shootings has called for the death penalty to be reintroduced in New Zealand.
Niwa has issued a "La Nina watch" for New Zealand, which means the country can expect reduced rainfall in the lower and western South Island over the next three months.
A reduction in recycling markets and a bid to improve the quality of recycling has prompted the Dunedin City Council to change what it will collect in its yellow-lidded kerbside wheelie bins.
Several Port Chalmers residents have expressed concern there is only one escape route in their Dunedin City Council flats, after an elderly neighbour was critically injured in a fire last week.
He was a young lecturer in classics, Latin and ancient Greek philosophy. She was a young history lecturer.
With a little help from digital technology, Kavanagh College is able to hold its major production this year, despite Covid-19 killing off all other Dunedin schools’ efforts to present their annual...
About 3000 Otago and Southland pupils are starting to tuck in to free lunches after 18 of the region’s schools joined the Government’s free and healthy lunches programme.