Not many things really annoy Tobias Devereux but when he narrowly misses getting 100% in a maths test, it irks him - just a little.
Ringing a church bell looks pretty simple until you start yanking on the rope.
The Ministry of Education and the Otago Regional Council are working together, in the wake of the Go Bus school route cancellations to ensure there are suitable transport options for affected pupils.
The mother of a Dunedin North Intermediate pupil is in ''panic mode'' after learning the bus route which takes her son to school from St Leonards will stop running in two weeks.
Clocktowers, church bells, school bells and even mobile phones will ring across Dunedin today, to celebrate the arrival of the first royal albatross for the spring breeding season at Taiaroa...
Many Dunedin school communities are "outraged" they have not been consulted about changes to school bus routes, which some say will leave families facing severe hardship.
Singing, stag roaring, a man in a funny hat and even some speed dating may seem unusual for an election debate, but it turned out to be surprisingly effective.
An unexplained act of kindness on a flight from Dunedin to Auckland has left a group of Balmacewen Intermediate pupils asking: "Who was that man?"
The Silverline Mental Health Festival started with a splash in Dunedin yesterday.
People across the globe said it would never happen.
Baritone opera singer Julien Van Mellaerts has done it again.
Bathgate Park School was forced to close yesterday following a "power glitch" which left it unable to operate.
Three Fairfield School pupils are hoping they will be minor celebrities for at least today after they won the Otago Daily Times Extra! Otago year 7 and 8 current events quiz for the first time in...
University of Otago students showed their appreciation for the quality of education they receive from their favourite lecturers, during the OUSA teaching excellence awards in Dunedin.
A police crackdown on Dunedin barbers and hair salons offering complimentary drinks has been labelled an invasion by ''the fun police''.
Southland detectives are hoping Police Ten 7 viewers will help them in their investigation of a Mataura home invasion in which an elderly man was stabbed.
The arts will continue to flourish at the University of Otago in 2018 following the announcement of five new recipients of the Arts Fellowships.
When the whitebait are running, there is very little that will stop keen baiters like John Carvalho from missing it - not even freezing wet and windy weather.
Strains from The Lion King are bouncing around Otago practice rooms this week as singers and musicians prepare for the region’s 48th Secondary Schools Music Festival.
He likes long walks on the beach and snuggles on the couch. She’s bossy and loves barking orders.