Five Dunedin-based social organisations will directly benefit
from a new initiative this year, aimed at supporting youth to
develop projects that address their social or environmental
Putting pencil to paper and sketching whatever takes his
fancy is something Jakob Morgan has always been good at.
When two Dunedin schools won prestigious New Zealand National
Schools of Character Awards, it was no surprise their pupils
were humble and gracious in their acceptance.
A teenager and a 36-year-old man have been charged with
abduction, and more charges are expected to follow, after
they allegedly attempted to abduct a 22-year-old woman in
Dunedin on Saturday night.
Three Otago schools will be among the first 21 schools in New
Zealand to be connected to the new Crown-owned Network for
Learning (N4L) digital hub.
Neil Garry is keeping his cards close to his chest over his
future plans for John McGlashan College after being appointed
as the school's new principal yesterday.
Twelve Otago bands will compete in this year's Rockshop
Bandquest, the annual competition to find New Zealand's top
primary/intermediate-aged rock band.
The strain is beginning to show on the faces of the 19
Australian and New Zealand celebrities taking part in the
inaugural Anza Challenge as they near the end of their 1300km
race around New Zealand.
Lyall Larson's got two left feet, and the apple of his eye
loves to dance.
His dad's washing machine is a little the worse for wear, but
Shaun Tocher isn't worried.
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