Eastern Otago farmers are preparing for difficult and expensive times ahead following the wettest November on record.
Getting young people to enjoy orchestral music these days may seem like an impossible mission.
For the first time in several years, the annual Orange Parade returned to George St yesterday to recognise the hundreds of children who control pedestrian crossings outside their schools throughout...
Dan Reddiex has always said King’s High School is in his blood, and it would take a special opportunity to lure him away from the rector’s job.
A small but vocal group of midwives and their supporters rallied support from pedestrians and traffic in the Octagon as part of yesterday’s strike action.
Lipstick. Nearly every woman in New Zealand has it in her handbag, but no-one has their name written on it like Rachael Cox does.
A small but vocal group of midwives and their supporters took to the Octagon to demonstrate as part of today's strike action.
After a decade at the helm of King's High School, rector Dan Reddiex has announced he is leaving to become the principal at a private boys' boarding school in Auckland.
Most people reach for the nearest can of bug spray when they see invertebrates.
Window cleaners abseiling down the side of the former Conservation House in lower Stuart St is a sign the building is nearly ready to open as a boutique hotel.
While many schools have systems in place to control when their pupils use tablets and laptops, St Hilda's Collegiate is now taking that control one step further.
As she sits at her desk after all her pupils have gone home, Claudine Tyrrell occasionally hears a ''plonk'' in the corner of her classroom.
Elmgrove School has been ordered to develop an enrolment scheme to contain its burgeoning roll.
Anyone who has ever played Scrabble will know the frustration of finally being able to make a seven-letter word, but have nowhere to put it on the board.
After 47 years of teaching at Queen’s High School, head of drama Terry MacTavish will make her final curtain call next month.
To see one MGC-GT car in Dunedin is rare.
Misinterpretations of the word "trivial" in the NCEA level 3 history exam on Wednesday have prompted some senior Otago secondary school pupils to sign a nationwide petition.
Traditionally, industrial action is about making as much noise as possible, to gain attention and traction for what you want.
Teachers marching across the South say they are fighting for better conditions for their pupils and today's strike is not just about pay.
Chocolate will be coming off the conveyor belts of Dunedin's newest chocolate factory as early as next week, after the last of the manufacturing equipment was installed yesterday.