A City Rise, Dunedin, student flat resembled a war zone last night after a "lock-down" party of more than 70 alcohol-fuelled guests descended into disorder.
It's top pupils' art and chances are it will only cost you a fraction of the price of a Monet or Kandinsky to buy.
Nearly 70 years after World War 2 pilot Sergeant John Duncan Broadley was killed in action, his Dunedin family are delighted to know he is still cared about by a woman living in a small rural village in Suffolk, England.
Five years ago, Paul Ferris was diagnosed with bowel cancer and was making the most of what he thought may be his last days.
If you look up "Samuel Johnson" in a reputable dictionary, you are more likely to find his name on the cover, rather than inside the book.
A Department of Corrections drug treatment unit, to be established at the Milburn prison, may significantly help those battling drug addiction and others fighting to reduce crime in the region.
Peter Dunne Principals across the Otago region are angry the Otago District Health Board has failed to notify schools and parents about a review of the school-based dental service.
Otago schools have lost the equivalent of about 12.5 classrooms full of pupils as school rolls continue to decline across the region.
Three Dunedin secondary-school pupils may need more than a couple of Band-Aids when they head to Burnham Military Camp later this year to join the New Zealand Secondary Schools Brass Band.
The Grants Braes School Boyz have been strutting about the school yard this week after their Jump Jam team qualified for the national final in Auckland.
A book about the evolution of the gay sexual identity has won a senior lecturer at the University of Otago a Montana New Zealand Book Award.
Otago homeowners wanting to take advantage of the Government's Warm up New Zealand: Heat Smart programme could be waiting up to two months for warmer homes because insulation suppliers are having difficulty keeping up with demand.
Forget horses, swords and knights in shining armour. The story of King Arthur has been given a makeover by the Gang Show 2009 producers, leaving Arty and his gang of surly knights to go head-to-head on skateboards in jousts.
Principals in Dunedin schools hope to use the upcoming holidays to their advantage and stifle the flu bug which has been reinfecting pupils for the past two months.
Otago debt collectors are busy as the number of businesses calling on them to make people owing them money pay up has risen by up to 30% in the past year.