Niwa is again predicting warm weather for much of the southern region over the next three months.
More than 60 people from around Dunedin and the wider South Island are being employed by Netflix for its latest production, The Royal Treatment, which is to begin filming in Dunedin later this month.
George Street Normal School’s board of trustees is doing a partial turnaround on closing the Georgies holiday programme and is in discussions with a third-party provider.
One of the early training grounds of some of New Zealand’s greatest athletes is almost gone.
A wealth of information is available that could help rejuvenate the falling maths skills of primary and intermediate school pupils, but a University of Otago College of Education lecturer believes...
Missing toes are the result of "a bad day at the office" for a few woodchoppers out there.
Isabella runs her own hair salon and has no trouble speaking her mind; Prince Thomas runs his own country and is about to marry for duty rather than love.
For primary school pupils, four months is a pretty long time to "just be patient".
As the doors closed on Dunedin’s H&J Smith store in the Meridian Mall for the last time on Saturday, there was cheering from staff within and applause from customers on the outside.
Walking into the Otago Boys’ High School hostel with his entourage (his parents) lugging bag after bag of gear, it was surprising one of Charlie Ottrey’s bags did not have a kitchen sink in it.
True to form, consistently hot and sunny summer weather has arrived in time for pupils to return to school this week.
There are few things that make Rachel McGregor literally jump out of bed on a Saturday morning.
Amazing footage of a close encounter with a pod of orca swimming in Otago Harbour near Port Chalmers this morning, delighted some, and scared the living daylights out of others.
The wheel is spinning, and the hamster is certainly not dead at Dunedin North Intermediate.
An Otago rescue helicopter made an unusual landing at Roberts Park in the centre of Dunedin tonight, after a person was seriously injured at the nearby Moana Pool.
A former Dunedin principal will be on a nationwide independent review panel to investigate "serious concerns" about perceived insufficient staffing and under-resourcing in NZ primary and intermediate schools.
Parents at Dunedin's George Street Normal School have accused the board of trustees of failing to follow due process by not consulting parents in its decision to close a school holiday programme.
The sun is gone and sandcastles have long since been taken by the tide, but broken plastic buckets, shovels, clothing and empty drink cans remain at Brighton Beach and its estuary.
Otago sweltered yesterday as temperatures soared to nearly 34degC in some areas, and came close to bettering some long-standing MetService records.
Department of Conservation staff contacted Dunedin police after a couple of members of the public began harassing a sea lion at St Clair Beach yesterday.