It was another opening, another show at the Regent Theatre yesterday.
The Clutha and Waitaki District Councils' water supplies had E.coli transgressions and neglected to adequately protect consumers at times when the drinking water was known to be contaminated, the Ministry of Health's annual review of drinking water quality shows.
Nearly 40 years on, Frank Carter is reunited with one of his greatest loves - his 1955 DOT Scrambler motorcycle.
The theory "it is easier to learn to drive backwards than forwards" has landed a 14-year-old boy and his mother in the police spotlight.
Cromwell Primary School principal Wendy Brooks hopes her research into restorative practices will give schools more efficient tools for dealing with disruptive pupils.
They have been sat on by pupils and parents for more than five decades.
Boy racers are being invited to race up Princes St in Dunedin, in a bid to curb their need for speed.
Te Ao Marama Tawhara and Te Amorangi Wilson have been best friends since they were preschoolers.
The linking of teachers' wages to the test results of their pupils in Australian schools has set alarm bells ringing for University of Otago Professional Education Services manager Darrell Latham.
Educators from around New Zealand have given a vote of no confidence in the Ministry of Education's national standards during a forum in Wellington.
Those lamenting the loss of the lamington are in luck - one of Dunedin's historic tearooms has been resurrected with the cube-shaped cake on the menu.
A respected senior research fellow in education at the University of Otago has labelled some of the claims made by the Ministry of Education about national standards "distorted" and "anecdotal".
Dunedin's Rotary Park School was pivotal in Tom Stevens' development.
In an age when many children are amazed to learn carrots have green tops and strawberries are not grown in plastic punnets, St Brigids School is showing its pupils exactly where food comes from.
A "mocumentary" about the life and history of walls, and a twisted and slightly risque version of a Roald Dahl short story has given pupils from three Dunedin secondary schools a clean sweep of awards at the New Zealand Short Film Competition for Students of German.
Otago primary principals say a meeting with education leaders in Wellington tomorrow to discuss the new national standards in education is not only poorly timed, it is a waste of time.
A Dunedin woman believes the new self-service petrol pumps at Pak'n Save in South Dunedin are having "teething problems", which have left her with a major cash-flow problem.
Despite a dip in house prices and sales in Dunedin during the past month, the latest REINZ figures show both are up on the corresponding periods a year ago.
Construction of a new cycle lane and the installation of traffic lights in the Crawford St area of Dunedin will begin next week.
A Dunedin primary school is cutting the length of its lunch breaks in the hope it will lower the level of anti-social behaviour in the playground.