Rather than pretty in pink, pupils and staff at Logan Park
High School were staunch in pink yesterday.
Annabelle Ritchie is in her element when talking about
Pathfinder, Opportunity (MER-B) and Curiosity.
It's not that Frank Penny is ungrateful about receiving an
award for 75 years' service to the Masonic Lodge - the
96-year-old just refuses to believe he has done anything
particularly special to deserve it.
An operation to rid the Antipodes Islands of mice has begun.
A garage fire in Cockerell St, Dunedin, is being treated as
John Egenes has performed in front of thousands, with
high-profile musicians such as Lyle Lovett, Pete Seeger,
Nanci Griffith, Jerry Jeff Walker and Guy Clark.
A new collaboration between four Dunedin primary schools
appears to be keeping a lid on bulging rolls and keeping
teacher-pupil ratios in check.
If you want to learn the language of man, read the Bible. But
if you want to learn the language of God, then study physics.
School libraries are usually the domain of studious pupils,
cramming their brains with information in preparation for
exams or assessments.
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