John Lewis

Budding entrepreneurs have eye on the prize

Budding entrepreneurs have eye on the prize

Two Dunedin secondary school pupils will test their business acumen to the maximum this weekend when they take part in two international entrepreneurial competitions.

Lotto tickets at self-service checkouts

Lotto tickets at self-service checkouts

Supermarket shoppers at three Dunedin Countdown stores can now buy some Lotto tickets from self-service checkouts as well as from those operated by staff.

Logan Park pupil's speech win makes it two in a row

Logan Park pupil's speech win makes it two in a row

A powerful speech about using education as a weapon to defeat poverty, crime and the inter-generational cycle of hardship has won Jacobi Kohu-Morris the Nga Manu Korero Otago Southland speech contest for the second year in a row.

Taieri schools want 40kmh zones

Taieri schools want 40kmh zones

Taieri school principals are angry none of five proposed 40kmh speed zones will be set up around their schools.

Ambassadors to France

Ambassadors to France

Three southern secondary school pupils will travel to France next month, where they will attend World War 1 commemorations as New Zealand's young ambassadors.

Call for 40kmh speed zone at schools

Call for 40kmh speed zone at schools

Dunedin schools have called for a blanket 40kmh speed zone to be implemented around all schools in the city, not just a selected few.

Leaking boiler pipe proves elusive

Leaking boiler pipe proves elusive

A leaking pipe is causing heating woes and headaches for Kaikorai Valley College in Dunedin.

Laws of physics rule in karate

Laws of physics rule in karate

There was no ''wax on or wax off'' during a karate demonstration at Queen's High School yesterday - just a graphic lesson in physics.

Chance of a lifetime comes out of the blue

Chance of a lifetime comes out of the blue

It's always a nice surprise when you are selected for a scholarship, Mathew Denys says.

Cards banned after schoolyard 'unfair trades'

Cards banned after  schoolyard 'unfair trades'

Unfair playground deals between pupils have forced several Dunedin primary schools to ban the latest trading card craze.