Watching her past collide with her future was an "unusual feeling" for Kate Nicholson.
In the bathrooms, in the corridors, in cafe queues, even on public transport - there will be humming and singing in all kinds of unusual places over the next three days.
Queenstown Lakes District Council Mayor Jim Boult has called for the Ministry of Education to be more proactive in managing the "tidal wave'' of pupils coming into the area.
Carisbrook School's limited statutory manager is expected to present a report to the board of trustees next week, detailing findings of his investigations so far.
A man broke into a flat in Leith St overnight and threatened one of the occupants after stealing a vape device, police say.
A 100-year-old antique radio has been stolen from a property on Mt Cargill Rd, near Dunedin, over night.
Dunedin Police are urging Stafford St residents to be vigilant after another car was stolen from the street last night.
In a surprise move, Bayfield High School principal Judith Forbes has resigned to pursue work that is close to her heart.
Otago and Southland secondary school principals will vote next week on whether to accept the Ministry of Education's latest pay offer.
A ''long and gruelling campaign'' has ended with primary and intermediate school principals voting to accept a new settlement from the Ministry of Education.
Road snow warnings have been issued for the South Island's alpine passes as another weekend of foul weather looms for the South.
When children pick up a ukulele, the veil of self-consciousness falls away and their true characters emerge.
Near misses on a Dunedin pedestrian crossing outside Tahuna Normal Intermediate may become a thing of the past.