Some people are amazed at what they find when they clear away some of the detritus in their gardens.
Former Dunedin resident Cindy Matthews remembers with clarity the joy that taking part in the Special Rigs for Special Kids event brought when she was 11.
MetService is forecasting snow as low as 400m about the ranges of Fiordland and Southland on Monday evening and early Tuesday morning.
Peter Hills and Kristan Mouat are adamant two heads are definitely better than one when it comes to school leadership.
A significant drop in teaching graduate numbers from the University of Otago College of Education over the past decade has set alarm bells ringing for southern principals.
The tide appears to be turning on Dunedin’s declining secondary school rolls.
Tom Higham has spent most of his life dating Neanderthals.
Psychologists, speech language therapists and other learning support specialists who work in schools, made themselves heard around the Dunedin CBD yesterday as part of NZEI strike action.
Back to the future sprang to mind when a group of brave parents returned to classroom lessons at St Hilda’s Collegiate yesterday.
John Downes could be accused of double-dipping when he retires at the end of this year.
St Peter's College pupils Mia Walton and Wyatt Simon see how light behaves in a diverging mirror during the Otago University Advanced School Sciences Academy for rural schools.
Construction of a weather radar capable of covering the entire Otago region has been hit by a major delay.
To the layman, Norma the Dunedin Town Hall organ looks like the control panel of a nuclear power plant.
Aurora Energy is using drones for the first time to conduct visual inspections of its overhead power lines and pole-top equipment.
Who said freedom of speech was being repressed because the world was becoming too politically correct?
Hundreds of people are enjoying the sun at the Agnew St Party, and so far, emergency services say the crowd has been well behaved.
Two Dunedin schools were forced to close unexpectedly yesterday afternoon after a water main was damaged, causing water supplies to be cut.
Some of tomorrow's greatest athletes may well have been at the Edgar Centre yesterday, participating in Sport Otago's Summer Sports Have A Go Day.
Callum Toomey may still be perfecting the art of eating with chopsticks, but he has no such troubles speaking the Japanese language.
After decades of roll decline, North East Valley Normal School has recorded a 152% increase in pupil numbers during the past eight years, prompting its board of trustees to consider an enrolment zone.