Mention Handel’s Messiah, Howell’s Requiem and Beethoven’s Ode to Joy, and Teddy Finney-Waters nods his head and says he has either sung in the choral works, or would like to.
The only good thing about living in a war-torn country is that it teaches you to be resilient, Ghusoun Fashwel says.
A 62-year-old woman remains in Dunedin Hospital after crashing into a parked car in Kaikorai Valley Rd yesterday.
A man has been flown to Dunedin Hospital in a critical condition after his truck crashed near Raes Junction.
What could be better than superhero Aquaman turning up at your school gates?
Ripped clothing held together with safety pins, flowing long hair and punk rock music blaring wherever he went - it is hard to reconcile the 1970s image of George Kay with the mild-mannered teacher he has become.
While no records are expected to be broken during the Covid-19 pandemic, many Dunedin accommodation and tourism businesses are expecting to be busy this Labour Weekend.
Break out the barbecue, folks — about two-thirds of Labour Weekend is shaping up to be hot.
It's amazing what young and inventive minds can come up with when they are unencumbered by limitations and budgets.
The majority of southern primary school principals are backing the New Zealand Principals’ Federation’s (NZPF) proposal to start a new union.
Another sudden shortage of seed potatoes has hit the southern region.
A woman was taken to Dunedin Hospital with serious injuries after a cycling accident in Vauxhall this morning.
Police are searching for a man who absconded after crashing the car he was driving on the Dunedin Northern Motorway this morning.
A man is in Dunedin Hospital after being seriously assaulted in the city centre this morning.
Ian Boyd will never forget the moment his 3-day-old grandson was wheeled out of surgery at Starship Children’s Hospital — his chest wide open, exposing his beating heart, which was covered by only a sheet of clear plastic.
John Meegan has spent a lot of time behind bars over the past few months - and he has been getting slated for it.
The spectre of sector-wide job cuts was raised at Otago Polytechnic during a visit by the man in charge of New Zealand’s new national vocational education institute.
Logan Park High School's Aubrey Alsop Mackie was stunned to be told he's gained the top mark in the International Competitions and Assessments for Schools exam.
The lack of zoning in Dunedin secondary schools is depriving pupils of opportunities for much-needed physical activity, new research shows.
The number of teachers being disciplined by the Teaching Council of New Zealand appears to be on the rise again in Otago and Southland.