Les Green was slightly in the red this week.
If the clouds part for long enough tonight, people along the Otago and Southland coastline may be in for a spectacular Aurora Australis light show.
Every school in the country is going on strike on May 29, which will no doubt throw much of New Zealand into chaos. But why now?
MetService is advising Stewart Island residents to batten down the hatches in preparation for a storm, bringing winds over 120kmh this afternoon.
The New Zealand Educational Institute (NZEI) has warned primary school teachers and principals could take "indefinite strike action'' if the next round of negotiations with the Ministry of...
The wreckage of the Southern Lakes helicopter which plunged into the Southern Ocean last month with three crew members aboard, was salvaged over the weekend.
The mangled wreckage of the Southern Lakes helicopter which plunged into the Southern Ocean last month with three crew members aboard, has been salvaged from the ocean floor.
Despite it being Mother's Day - a day when children spoil their mothers for all the hard work they do - yesterday was no different for those running in the 2019 Jennian Homes Mother's Day Fun Run.
The Ministry of Education is seeking an urgent return to independent facilitated bargaining in the wake of primary and secondary teachers voting for a combined all-schools strike on May 29.
No doubt, Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov will be desperate to sit in a comfortable chair with a hot drink, after officially reaching Cape Horn in his row boat Akros late yesterday.
Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov has officially completed his journey across the Southern Pacific Ocean from Port Chalmers to Cape Horn, Chile in the row boat Akros.
Dunedin principals are calling for the Government to make urgent changes to the guidelines for restraint of school pupils, as the number of staff being assaulted continues to rise across NZ.
The Stafford children never thought of themselves as being regal. But Charlotte, Harry, George and Archie are starting to think they must be.
Young eyes and ears will have a rare opportunity to see and hear the people who create their favourite books next week, when the Storylines National Festival Story Tour passes through Otago.
Invertebrates are pretty polarising.
Dannielle Hawkins can breathe easy now that her fellow Taieri Beach School pupils have learnt the symptoms of asthma and how to help her in the event of an attack.
Otago could have a new state-of-the-art weather radar installed within the next 12 months, if all goes to plan.
Niwa climate scientists are predicting "several spells of unseasonable warmth" across the southern region over the next three months, but have warned frosts and cold snaps can still be expected.
Great for duck-shooting - unpleasant for duck-shooters.
A $95 million Government funding package, aimed at training hundreds of new teachers, has raised hopes within the Otago education sector that the nationwide teacher shortage will be addressed.