The Ministry of Education is to review the process of school lockdowns in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack.
A memorial Mass will be held at Kavanagh College today for principal Tracy O'Brien, who died suddenly this week.
When Alex Krol lost the use of his legs in a car accident in 2005, he thought his life was over.
The sudden death of Kavanagh College principal Tracy O'Brien has left the New Zealand education sector reeling.
Dunedin's Kavanagh College staff, pupils and friends are in shock at the death of principal Tracy O'Brien last night.
The sound of a man hammering nails on a roof spurred a Dunedin resident to report multiple gunshots to police this morning, as the city remains on edge.
The grip of terror on Muslim pupils in Dunedin is so strong that the majority did not turn up for school yesterday.
Staff and parents at the Dunedin An-Nur Early Childhood Education and Care Centre are praying its owner will survive after being shot in the Christchurch terror attack.
A large battery left in a corridor of Dunedin's Ministry of Education building in Moray Pl, was mistaken for a bomb by a well-meaning staff member, sparking a police response this afternoon.
The Dunedin early childhood centre owner who was critically injured in the Christchurch terror attack which left his son dead is still fighting for his life in Christchurch Hospital.
If someone collapsed in the street, would anyone in your family have the CPR or first aid skills to save them?
A group of Dunedin teachers will become pupils again for two days next week when they attend a Speld NZ introductory course on children with specific learning disabilities.
A burgeoning roll at the Dunedin Rudolf Steiner School has prompted its board of proprietors to begin a fundraising campaign to add several new classrooms.
Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov is about to set another record this week, in his round-the-world rowing bid.
A tsunami of water rescues at St Kilda Beach over the past two years is worrying Surf Life Saving New Zealand.
A major record tumbled at this year's Weet-Bix Kids' Tryathlon in Mosgiel, but it did not involve the fastest time or speed of a competitor.
About 200 concertgoers were refused entry to the Six60 concert at Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday night when they tried to enter with "fraudulent tickets".
A car has crashed into a building in Palmerston after colliding with another vehicle on the main street.
Traffic disruption from the central Dunedin power cable upgrade on Stuart St is coming to an end.
A heart in the student quarter has been restarted.