Anyone who has unintentionally stood on a Lego block will
know how excruciating an experience it is.
Among other hyper-extending, joint-flexing manoeuvres, Ella
Hjertquist has literally been bending over backwards to
qualify for the New Zealand rhythmic gymnastics team.
Having amassed many prestigious honours and awards over the
years, it would be easy to mistake the letters after the
Honorable Dame Silvia Cartwright's name for alphabet soup.
George Street Normal School pupils will get an opportunity to
show off their new-found Mandarin vocabularies later this
year when a group from China visits the school.
Philip Anderson says he is living proof that your eyes won't
turn square if you look at a laptop screen all day.
A little piece of the entertainment capital of the world is
coming to Dunedin this Saturday in the form of Taieri
College's annual school ball.
Given the large proportion of women in the education sector,
Heidi Hayward is finding it hard to believe she is about to
become the first female principal of an intermediate school
It's ''payback'' time for Ross Leach.
The closure of another suburban Dunedin pub points to a
worrying trend, Hospitality New Zealand says.
The University of Otago almost scooped the pool in this
year's Health Research Council national funding round.
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