Principal Gareth Swete has lost count of the number of near misses his pupils have had with vehicles outside Sawyers Bay School.
A teacher with practical experience in two or three education curriculums is an extraordinary asset to any school.
Support for digital examinations is so high among New Zealand teens that all NCEA examinations could be online by 2020, a New Zealand Qualifications Authority report shows.
A severe weather watch has been issued for parts of the South as an active front bears down on the country.
Wonder what caused that spectacular sunrise yesterday?
A pair of John McGlashan pupils will tomorrow arrive in Milford Sound and set out on a 485km trip - walking, running and cycling - across the South Island.
When a well-meaning adult tries to share wisdom about the dangers of social media, young people usually see it as a lecture from a technophobe.
A series of planned strikes are set to cause widespread disruption, with nurses walking off the job next Thursday and primary school teachers looking likely to follow in their footsteps next month.
An autistic 6-year-old with history of non-speaking is now singing Bruno Mars songs thanks to a new, state-of-the-art sensory room at Dunedin's Sara Cohen School.
Interest in the Government's Zero Carbon Bill appears to be growing.
Changes to Dunedin's Wakari and Helensburgh bus routes will start rolling on Monday.
Police have been called to rescue three tourists from the Crown Range road tonight, after their car crashed at the summit car park.
Teenagers engaging in unhealthy relationships which can do serious and sometimes permanent damage is a constant problem.
Another cold snap may cause disruption for many around the southern region this morning, but MetService says it should not last long.
Parts of Otago are already coated in white and police are warning Dunedin motorists to avoid unnecessary travel with snow forecast to fall as low as 100m overnight.
Given the mercury dropped to -6degC in Dunedin on Saturday, it was not surprising some of the hardiest members of the Southern Free Beaches naturist club chose not to participate in their annual winter solstice polar plunge.
Police are urging Invercargill residents to be vigilant after a man masquerading as a Chorus worker tried to gain entry to a woman’s home.
The rugby will be played under a roof but fans on their way to watch the All Blacks have been warned of treacherous road conditions in Dunedin.
Former Dunedin baritone opera singer Julien Van Mellaerts has lifted his total prize winnings in the past 12 months to nearly $60,000.
MetService is warning of a heavy dumping of snow across parts of Otago and Southland on Monday and Tuesday.