While many schools have systems in place to control when their pupils use tablets and laptops, St Hilda's Collegiate is now taking that control one step further.
A couple of weeks after Jeffrey Douglas Coward was charged with drink-driving, police went to serve him with a court summons - and caught him at it again.
A Dunedin man who was left with a $15,000 bill after smashing into two cars can pay it immediately thanks to a Justice Ministry error.
'Come Away With Me' singer Norah Jones has announced shows for Dunedin and Queenstown in April 2019.
Dozens of roads remain closed in the region this evening but no new flood-related issues have emerged in Dunedin despite more rain falling in the city this afternoon.
Dunedin police are calling for the public's help after two violent incidents, including one on Monday in which a possibly unconscious woman was bundled into a car.
Dunedin police say there is no indication an incident this week in which a young girl was grabbed by a man is linked to the spate of other suspicious approaches in the city.
The Dunedin City Council is keeping a close eye on the situation after the MetService issued another severe weather watch for heavy rain expected to hit eastern Otago this afternoon.
An inquiry into possible cheating at Otago University has left medical students feeling anxious and stressed, the OUSA president says.
Henley resident Allan Innes stays put yesterday afternoon at his home after runoff from the hills flooded his driveway.
As she sits at her desk after all her pupils have gone home, Claudine Tyrrell occasionally hears a ''plonk'' in the corner of her classroom.
The Clutha River is dropping this evening and an eye is being kept on the level as more rain is forecast, but this is not expected to have a significant effect.
Alleged cheating by medical students during their third-year exams runs counter to ideas of ''honesty and professional behaviour'', but if proved true will not compromise the quality of Otago Medical School graduates, the university says.
It can be easy to overlook the treasures in your own backyard, writes Richard Davison. Big Pacific aims to shift your perspective with its new Dunedin-produced five-part series.
Residents in Henley on the Taieri are being advised to evacuate as rain continues to fall in Dunedin, but the worst of the weather appears to be over.
The University of Otago is withholding exam results while it investigates reports of third-year medical students cheating in their exams.