Cellphones are a well established necessity among teenagers — and even pre-teens. John Lewis takes a look at their use in the school environment.
The wheels of progress are well and truly turning on the new Cobb & Co restaurant development at the Dunedin Railway Station.
Environmental sustainability: as far as Dunedin North Intermediate pupils are concerned, "it’s in the bag".
There was standing room only today at a ceremony to honour and farewell former King's student Mitch Pereira.
Caitlyn Smith struggled to hide her amusement yesterday, when she handed an Easter egg to an elderly man at the Highview Rest Home.
Squealing with glee is not thought to be good for classical singing voices, but five University of Otago singers made an exception after being selected for the New Zealand Youth Choir this week.
Some of Dunedin's top artists will soon receive international recognition when their works are viewed by up to half a million people at an exhibition in China next month.
Tatyana Carr's dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer may take a grand jete forward in August, when she competes in a major international ballet competition in Italy.
Eight young Otago people have won awards in the 2017 New Zealand Youth Awards.
Just when you thought stories about Donald Trump couldn't get any weirder, two 9-year-olds from Macandrew Bay School have come up with a couple.
After spending the night outside in a cardboard box structure, pupils at St Peter Chanel School in Green Island have a new-found sympathy for homeless people.
The Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) Black Falcons aerobatic team wowed onlookers with a flyover of St Kilda Beach in Dunedin yesterday afternoon.
A mere cat Jimmy is not.
The hunt for the Loch Ness Monster is on again - this time by a University of Otago scientist.
Stretching fingers, shaking tension out of necks and shoulders, and throwing a few well-placed jabs, just for good measure - it's all part of the Otago Boys' High School eSport team's warm-up.
Morris dancers, bows and arrows, large sponge cakes and people dressed in Victorian clothing - you could be forgiven for thinking Chingford Park was an old English village yesterday.
Retiring Logan Park principal Jane Johnson marvels at how education has changed since she began teaching in the 1970s.
When you have half a dozen pupils who can read the entire Hunger Games trilogy of books in as little as three days, it is not surprising Tahuna Normal Intermediate pupils have won the Otago Kids’ Lit Quiz for the third year in a row.
Logan Park High School’s long-serving principal will retire in July.
City Choir Dunedin and the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra will team up tonight for what has been described as one of the city’s largest musical performances in recent years.