Tobias Devereux has done it again.
The number of people serving on
school boards of trustees in Otago has declined by 133 in the
Buying school uniforms is a costly annual
exercise which can force some parents beyond their financial
limits and under the couch cushions looking for loose change.
These days Josh MacMillan divides his life into two parts -
bOB and aOB - before Outward Bound and after Outward Bound.
The number of Otago schools requiring Ministry of Education
intervention has dropped during the past year to its lowest
point since 2008.
Dunedin may be baking in one of the best summers in years,
but two Dunedin builders are leaving that behind for the
chillier climes of the Antarctic tomorrow.
For many young people, Crohn's disease is painful,
debilitating and difficult to talk about with friends - and
worst of all, it can leave sufferers with little to look
forward to each day.
Rather than remove freestyle artwork painted without
permission on a wall in the Water of Leith late last year,
the Otago Regional and Dunedin City Councils are working
together to find a way to protect it.
From driving trucks to selling collectables, Marlene
Graham has had an interesting career path. John Lewis finds
out how it led to creating her ''happy place'' in the former
Shingle Creek pub.
the Otago Daily Times pulls up Sam Stainer's drive, the
8-year-old is kicking a football around in his South Dunedin
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