KiwiHarvest has been struggling to keep up with Dunedin’s growing generosity.
It may have felt predominantly wet and windy over the past month, but Niwa climate scientists say many parts of Otago have just experienced the hottest November on record.
For the better part of this year, one of Rosie Auckram’s paintings has kept people guessing about all the possible hidden meanings behind it.
Southern schools can spend more than $27 million in an unexpected fillip that should plough new money into local business.
Navigating a waka hourua (double-hull canoe) across the Pacific Ocean can be a saturating experience.
The Government is about to provide the biggest capital injection for school maintenance in 25 years, but there is just one problem: Otago principals may be concerned they may not have enough time...
For the first time in a couple of weeks, Cooper McCook had his breath taken away in a good way yesterday.
A report published in the Otago Daily Times yesterday incorrectly identified eight southern schools as being in serious financial difficulty in 2018.
Batten down the hatches — heavy rain and severe gales are on the way for much of the southern region.
The South is set for a wild start to summer, with heavy rain and severe gales forecast for the first few days of December.
Speed limits around schools will be reduced in a bid to make streets safer for pupils to walk and cycle to school, but not everyone is convinced it will work.
A report published in the Otago Daily Times this morning incorrectly identified eight southern schools as being in serious financial difficulties in 2018.
Just when they thought they had seen the last of Ms Colbert at Logan Park High School, they replaced her with another Ms Colbert.
The South may be in for a lashing of rain today as a strong moist northwest flow moves across the South Island.