Pupils in the King's and Queen's High
School kapa haka group are hoping there is some weight in the
old adage, ''better luck next time''.
A Dunedin structural engineer and church leader has
questioned why international seismologists and engineers are
analysing up to 29 Dunedin churches to gauge their seismic
fitness in the event of an earthquake.
For many musicians, completing their first EP is a
challenging but rewarding experience.
It has taken more than a decade, but the 100-year-old bronze
bell which used to call pupils to class at King Edward
Technical College is finally being put on display at Logan
Park High School.
Abby Wolfe is marvelling at how the stars have aligned for
her after being selected to represent New Zealand at the
World Championships of Performing Arts in Hollywood.
Maximising funding opportunities is behind a decision to
change the ownership of the Mayfair Theatre in South Dunedin.
When Ian Chapman kills off his alter-ego Dr Glam later this
month, he runs the risk of being considered a murderer by
many of his glam rock fans.
Cutting red tape for school administrators could help pupils
achieve better results, an education specialist says.
When Athol Murray spotted an old Douglas DC-3 for sale on the
internet, the chances of it being one of the planes his
grandfather flew during World War 2 were too great to ignore.
Mosgiel Memorial Park will be a hive of activity this Friday
when about 240 children compete in the Plains Junior
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