Musselburgh School is a place Peter Bakker has never studied
or taught at and yet, something stirred his blood yesterday
when he visited the southern Dunedin school.
For more than two decades, the Smokefreerockquest has pumped
out a significant number of the who's who in New Zealand's
Give William Satterthwaite a circuit board and his eyes light
up, not because he's accidentally touched a live wire but
because he can use it for real-world applications.
Reva Grills hopes to continue her school's reputation for
producing great orators when she represents Otago and South
Canterbury in the national final of the Lions Speech
Competition later this year.
If you have any bright ideas about the former Tomahawk School
site, the Dunedin City Council would like to hear from you.
Police are warning drivers to be wary of sunstrike, after an
81-year-old woman drove her car over a 15m bank in Dunedin
A woman had to be cut from her car after it plunged on to the
highway at Roseneath, near Port Chalmers, today.
Six months ago, Immanuel Mombi's face showed frustration and
Families may have to
pay more as schools face an operations grant freeze that
threatens pupils' education.
If only the walls at 49 Brown St could talk. This Dunedin
house on the hill has a colourful history.
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