The former Dunedin Convention Centre has become a maze of wires with nearly 25km of copper, fibre optic and digital video cabling being installed as staff at NHNZ prepare to move into their new film-making facility.
Seven pupils are expected to return to Dunedin's Corstorphine School next week for the start of the second term, despite a mass exodus last term.
An inter-party working group proposal to partially abolish school zoning has been described as a "thinly veiled and back-handed method" of closing under-performing primary schools.
Cabinet's approval of raising the driving age has met a truckload of criticism, not only from young people, but also from driving instructors.
For the past decade, photo processing has been going the way of the corner dairy.
A Ministry of Education proposal to partly abolish school zoning, and allow our highest- and lowest-achieving pupils to access schools with quality education, may be implemented as early as February next year.
Eight Otago schools are preparing to produce a massive night of youth creativity and expression at the Regent Theatre as part of the ASB 2010 Stage Challenge next month.
Distribution caused by teachers boycotting national standards testing in Australia may provide a signal to New Zealand teachers and parents as to how the situation may develop here, a University of Otago education lecturer has warned.
Production problems at the Globe Theatre in Dunedin have forced the company to postpone its next show, just a week before opening night.
An initiative in which pupils in all New Zealand schools would be placed under cover to help end playground bullying has been met with reservations by some Otago schools.
Fourteen pupils at Otago Boys' High School received 21 scholarships in last year's NZQA exams - 15 scholarships and six outstanding scholarships.
Two Otago secondary school artists will have their works presented in a tour around some of New Zealand's top art galleries.
Six Otago secondary school pupils will get a first-hand look at what it is like to wield the power of Parliament when they sit in the seats of Otago's Parliamentary representatives for two days.
The Korean man who drowned when he was swept from rocks while fishing at Cape Saunders on Monday was doing one of the things he loved most.
A Korean man was swept to his death off the rocks at Cape Saunders yesterday, becoming the first rock-fishing fatality on the Otago coastline in about a decade.
A "dangerous" and "volatile" man was recaptured in a busy South Dunedin shopping precinct on Saturday after being on the run from police for two days.
Dunedin Police are looking for a man after a Kaan's Catering Supplies delivery truck was taken in broad daylight on Saturday.
Here's something for Dunedin teenagers to sing about next term - the city is about to get its own glee club.
The wrath of ward sisters and a ghostly figure in the mortuary seem to be popular topics for discussion among nurses at a reunion for the class of April 1965 at the Dunedin School of Nursing.
It may get cold in Dunedin, but Kavanagh College's new principal believes the challenge of running the Catholic school will keep sweat on his brow.